Regular scheduled concerts are an intrinsic part of the ARYO program, and generally take place around the end of each term. Community events and outreach to schools, as well as participation in the Annapolis Valley Music Festival provide additional performance opportunities. The following concerts would have taken place if it had not been for the Covid-19 outbreak:

Wednesday, March 18th: ARYO Fiddle Group to  perform at the Wolfville Farmers’ Market (cancelled)

Thursday, March 26, at 7 PM. Regular scheduled concert: all our ensembles were to perform in a combined concert with the Acadia University Orchestra at Festival Theatre in Wolfville. (cancelled)

Thursday April 16th, 7:00 PM : ARYO Orchestra to perform in a combined concert with the Horton High School band program (cancelled)

Week of April 20th: all ARYO ensembles to perform at the Annapolis Valley Music Festival (Festival cancelled)

A performance in a seniors’ home, similar to a one given before Christmas, as well as outreach performances in schools in late spring were in the planning phase. (postponed)



A concert for family and friends took place on Tuesday Nov. 26th. at 7:00 PM at Festival Theatre, 504 Main St. Wolfville. Thank you for coming out! 

Two ensembles, the ARYO Orchestra and the Fiddle Group, also performed at the Friday November 29th concert of the Acadia University String Orchestra, 7:00 PM at Festival Theatre, 504 Main Street, Wolfville

2019 Nov. 29 concert 1

Nov. 29th, Ready to play

2019 Nov. 29 concert Ashokan Farewell

Nov. 29th, ARYO Orchestra

2019 Nov. 29 concert Shawnee

Nov. 29 Fiddle Group instructor Shawnee Paul accompanying on piano

On Tuesday Dec. 03 the ARYO ensembles performed for the residents of Wickwire Place Seniors Home in Wolfville, on a Christmas theme.