Welcome to our 2021/2021 Online & Live Season

As Ontario and the world continue to manage our response to Covid-19, the SPO will continue presenting engaging new content through our two popular, and award-winning, Online Series. This is the best way to keep our musicians and audiences safe during this public health crisis. We are expecting to return to the stage with live concerts in late spring 2022. Until then, we know you will thoroughly enjoy this season’s SPOGreatMusic Digital Content offerings:

1: The SPOGreatMusic Podcast Series Season 2

The best place to stream our Podcasts is through our website, or on our home platform Anchor.fm, or on top platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify!

New Season 2 Podcast episodes will be released on Fridays, October 1 and December 3, 2021, plus February 4 and April 3, 2022.

We’ll also be releasing two special video podcasts celebrating our community partners, the Stratford Symphony Orchestra.

Click here for new SPOGreatMusic Podcast release dates and themes, plus links to full episode details, including guest biographies, pictures, and additional links. You can like us and share your comments on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

You can also connect with our Season 1 content (2020/2021) here.


2: The SPOGreatMusic Performance Series Season 42

New music performance videos will be posted to our YouTube channel, every second and fourth Fridays every month from October 2021 through April 2022. For the Holidays, we’ll release on December 11 and 18. During February 2022, we will video releases for every Friday as part of our “Flute Music For Women Composers – An International Online Festival”.

Click here for SPOGreatMusic Performance Season 42 release dates, plus full episode details, including themes, music selections, performer bios, pictures, and links.

Of course, we hope you’ll “like” us and share your comments on our Facebook page over the season.

You can also enjoy Season 1 content (2020/2021) here. In March 2021, the SPO was awarded the Canadian Music Centre’s BECKWITH AWARD, in part for our efforts to serve our community last season during the pandemic, as well as for our longtime commitment to supporting and promoting Canadian composers.