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Through the St. Andrews Summer School for the Performing Arts, students are given the opportunity to take masterclasses and to perform in recitals and at other public venues. [Read More]

From Wendy Nielsen and Measha Brueggergosman to Ludmila Knezkova-Hussey and Chih-Long Hu, many famous faces have taken part in our courses and events, either as instructors, students or performers. When you participate in St. Andrews Arts Council events and workshops -- you are in good company. [Read More]

The Scrapbook - Say Cheese!

Welcome to the scrapbook where you can view photos and videos from past St. Andrews Arts Council events, courses and workshops.

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Waltz from the Merry Widow

The last part of Franz Lehar's lovely duet from The Merry Widow sung by Winnie Nieh and Jeremy Ludwig as the final encore to their Gala performance in St Andrews, NB, July 13, 2012. Winnie Nieh and Jeremy Ludwig were winners of the Aria competition at the "Summer School" of the St Andrews Arts Council competition this July, 2012, The St Andrews Festival Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Lewis Dalvit, is comprised of musicians from Maine and the Maritimes. Video by Timothy Foulkes.

Duet from Don Pasquale

The last few minutes of the first vocal duet performed by Jeremy Ludwig, baritone, and Winnie Nieh, soprano, at the 26th Annual Gala Festival Concert in St Andrews, NB.

Piano concerto finale

The last part of the 3rd movement Rachmaninoff #2 Piano Concerto by Zachary Hughes.

Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto #2, Ist Movm't

The last 3 minutes of the first movement of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto #2 by Zi-Ang Yin (12) during the piano concerto competition at the Summer School of the St Andrews (NB) Arts Council under the direction of Dr. Chih-Long Hu.

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