Musique Royale: A Festival of Music in Historic Nova Scotia
Musique Royale is a celebration of Nova Scotia’s musical heritage. A cross-province festival, now in its 32nd season, Musique Royale brings performances of early and traditional music to settings of historic and cultural significance in communities ranging from the small fishing towns of the South Shore to the magnificent highlands of Cape Breton. This season we are proud to present many concerts in communities throughout the province featuring artists of local, national, and international renown.Wherever you are in Nova Scotia this summer, Musique Royale has a concert for you! www.musiqueroyale.com
The photos are taken by Karen Runge and Grant Wm. Dixon.
Karen’s photos were taken at the recent Musique Royale concert with Lennie Gallant and Symphony Nova Scotia:
Grant’s photos were taken at two separate house concerts at Barbara Butler’s home as part of Musique Royale’s offerings; the church is St. John’s Anglican in Lunenburg, where many of the Musique Royale concerts are held: