Experience classical music in a new light with these enchanting concerts in some of Calgary’s most sought-after venues, including Meadow Muse and the Hangar Flight Museum. The Candlelight concerts will transport you through time while you enjoy some of the greatest works of classical and modern-day music.
These spectacular shows will illuminate the finest venues specifically chosen for their beauty, history, or fame—or all three. Listen to some of your favorite songs whilst admiring the serene surrounds of a venue bathed in the gentle glow of candlelight. All you have to do is find your seat, sit back, and enjoy.
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The Lantern Community Church: In the Heart of Inglewood
This historic church was built at the turn of the 20th century by local churchgoers who saw a need for more humble families to have their own place of worship. Today, the Lantern maintains this mission by hosting events and promoting the arts. Choose from a variety of Candlelight concerts coming to illuminate this unique and welcoming space.
Hangar Flight Museum: Calgary’s First Aviation Museum
The museum carries a rich history in Calgary. Originally built in 1941 as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, it was a drill hall for their flight training school. Later in 1960, it became the first aviation museum in Calgary, featuring a collection of privately-owned aircraft. Fast forward to today, the museum highlights Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame and hosts stunning events—like the mesmerizing Candlelight concert series.
Meadow Muse: A Charming Venue
Meadow Muse Pavilion is the ideal setting for open-air Candlelight concerts. It’s an elegant tent fitted with hardwood floors and warm lighting. Located in Fish Creek Provincial Park, Meadow Muse is surrounded by nature’s beauty and is filled by natural light during the day. The Artisan Gardens and patio deck are some of the divine features adding to the charm of this spectacular venue.
Grace Presbyterian Church: A Well-Known Landmark in the Community
This church has been a meeting point for community members for over a century. Designed by Smith & Gemmell, Grace Presbyterian Church is a great example of ecclesiological Gothic Revival style and Midcentury architecture style, due to its ide-gabled Reeve Memorial Chapel, built in 1962. The church features a three-storey bell tower, a circular nave and gallery decorated with intricate woodwork and a grand pipe organ as its centerpiece, which offers the perfect backdrop to enchanting Candlelight concerts.
Appreciate the architectural beauty and stunning surroundings of some of Calgary’s most spectacular venues. Candlelight is an experience unlike any other, and you won’t want to miss out. Simply sit back and savor the stunning orchestral takes on modern-day hits and the music of yesteryear.
Note that for the safety of our audience, all of the candlelight will be provided through flameless candles.