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Music for the Winter Solstice 2021

Music for the Winter Solstice: On Demand




Doors at 7:00PM | Concerts starts at 7:30PM

IN-PERSON TICKETS | $49/$24 (regular/student) General admission seating.


Veda Hille with Durey, Klein, and Krgovich
Veda Hille, piano and vocals, Lucien Durey, Patsy Klein, and Nicholas Krgovich, vocals
Julia Chien, percussion
Chloe Kim, violin

Choose to see Music for the Winter Solstice: On Demand at your leisure.

Online Video:
Released on December 18 and available to watch until January 6, 2022

Buy Online Video

In-Person Concerts:
December 15 & 16, 2021

These in-person events have ended.

The holiday special I didn’t know I needed.

Audience Member

An annual tradition of warm and inspiring music for the winter season returns.

There’ll be a feeling of extra warmth and gratitude this Winter Solstice when we gather safely in-person once again for this annual tradition. Settle into your seat at Heritage Hall and bask in the candlelit glow and great music. Revel in moments of pure musical joy and warm reflection as we gather together knowing the Solstice brings the hope of new beginnings. We can’t wait to create memorable connections amongst audiences and artists again this winter season.

In-Person Concerts

This winter season, we’re meeting everyone where they’re at. Providing a safe and caring environment continues to be a top priority at Music on Main; it’s an extension of our love for artists and audience members. Venue capacity for the live performances will be at capped at 75%.

Please note: Heritage Hall is undergoing building construction and may appear closed, but we guarantee, it is open for our concert!

Watch On Demand

In addition to the in-person concerts, you can purchase a link to watch the performance online. Featuring the highest quality video and sound that you’ve come to expect from Music on Main, Music for the Winter Solstice: On Demand will be released on December 18 and available to watch at your leisure until January 6, 2022.

Whether you choose to attend one of our live events or book the on-demand option (or both!), you’ll be able to embrace the spirit of the season.

Music for the Winter Solstice is generously sponsored by Eileen Mate.

The piano has been generously provided by Showcase Pianos | FAZIOLI.



Wyrd Sisters
Solstice Carole

J.S. Bach
Chaconne in D Minor

Veda Hille
Book of Saints
Love Waves
Be a Tree
A Knife

Jane Siberry
The Walking

Arvo Pärt
Spiegel im Spiegel

Caroline Shaw
Winter Carol

What to expect when you attend Music on Main’s “Music for the Winter Solstice:”

Music on Main looks forward to welcoming you back to our annual winter tradition! In order to safely welcome all music lovers, our safety measures err on the side of caution. Thank you in advance for helping everyone feel comfortable and safe as we learn to listen together again to live music!

Feeling unwell?
– If you are feeling unwell, kindly stay home.

Let’s wear our masks when moving through shared spaces!
– You are required to wear your mask when moving through indoor common spaces like the lobby, restrooms, and the performance hall. Masks are required in all public indoor settings for all people born in 2016 or earlier (5+). 


Q: Where will I sit?
A: You will be seated with your ticket group by ushers on a first-come, first-serve basis.
–  Please check in with the box office to show your vaccine passport, and then wait in the lobby to be seated together.
– Each group will be seated approximately 2 metres from other audience members.
– Once in your seat, please remain in your seat until invited by an usher to leave.

Q: How long is the concert?
A: The concert is approximately 60 minutes long without intermission.

Q: Can I hang out with friends in the lobby?
A: Unfortunately not at this concert! Let’s all say hello to each other and talk about the music outside.

Q: How many people will be at the concert?
A: Music on Main’s “Music for the Winter Solstice” concerts will be capped at 75% of the venue. This will allow everyone to have physical space between audience members.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this challenging time as work together to bring music back to our stages.