The park will come to life with Music & Tulips organized by the award-winning “Music & Beyond” festival. Led by Ottawa impresario Julian Armour The Dutch Theatre will feature musical arrangements of incomparable quality, performed by truly talented musicians.
Friday, May 10
12:00 noon — Maria Krstic – violin and Loulia – Blinova – piano
2:00 pm — Maria Krstic – violin and Loulia – Blinova – piano
4:00 pm — Mark Ferguson Trio
Saturday, May 11
12:00 noon– Ottawa Wind Ensemble, Mark Rocheleau – conductor
2:00 pm– Cendrine Despax – violin and Caroline Léonardelli – harp
4:00 pm — De La Salle Junior Harp Ensemble with Caroline Léonardelli
Sunday, May 12
12:00 noon — Tour de Four (barbershop quartet)
2:00 pm — Tour de Four (barbershop quartet)
4:00 pm — Maple Leaf Horn Quartet and Risa Tonika – piano
Monday, May 13
12:00 noon – Les Petites Voix du Plateau with Roseline Blain – conductor
2:00 pm – Les Petites Voix du Plateau with Roseline Blain – conductor
4:00 pm – Brandon Wilkie – cello and Diane Wilkie – piano
Tuesday, May 14 – Cancelled due to weather
12:00 noon – Pascale Margely – flute and Caroline Léonardelli harp
2:00 pm – Pascale Margely – flute and Caroline Léonardelli harp
4:00 pm – Marc Djokic – violin and Frédéric Lacroix – piano
Wednesday, May 15
12:00 noon — Andrew Mah – guitar
2:00 pm — Peter Dawson Trio
4:00 pm — Peter Dawson Trio
Thursday, May 16
12:00 noon — Seventeen Voyces Vocal Quartet
2:00 pm — Roddy Ellias Trio
4:00 pm — Roddy Ellias Trio
Friday, May 17 : Indigenous Day
12:00 noon – Indigenous : David Finkle and Laura Leonard
2:00 pm Metis: Anthony Brascoupe (Métis fiddler), David Finkle and Ginny Gonneau
4:00 pm Inuit : Samantha Metcalfe and Cailyn Degrandpre (Inuit throat singers)
Aala Metcalfe (Inuit drummer)
Saturday, May 18
12:00 noon — Maple Leaf Brass Band
1:00 – Chinese Performance
2:00 pm – Maple Leaf Brass Band
3:00 pm – Chinese Performance
4:00 pm — Trillium Saxophone Quartet
5:00 pm – Chinese Performance
Sunday, May 19
12:00 noon — Nepean Panharmonic Steel Band
2:00 pm — Nepean Panharmonic Steel Band
4:00 pm — Julian Armour – cello and Frédéric Lacroix – piano
Monday, May 20
12:00 noon – Seventeen Voyces Vocal Quartet
2:00 pm – Canterbury Jazz Ensemble and Kellylee Evans
4:00 pm – SHHH!! Ensemble (marimba and piano)
The Liberation75 tulip is a early/mid blooming tulip in orange with beautiful pointed petals. They are coming directly from Holland and will arrive for distribution in late August. Shipments will start going out in early September.
To plant 1.1 million Liberation 75 tulips across the country, in honour of the 1.1 million Canadians who served during WWII.
1$ of Every Bag Purchased goes to the Royal Canadian Legion, supporting all those who have served our Country. The remainder of the funds raised will support the Canadian Tulip Festival in its ongoing mission to commemorate the role Canada played in the Second World War and more specifically in the liberation of the Netherlands.
Your Grand Prize
With every purchase of 15 Liberation75 Bulbs you will be entered to WIN 2 Tickets to Amsterdam from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines PLUS $2000 Cash!
Extra Chances to WIN!
Share your planting images on Facebook or Instagram using hashtag #PlantingLib75 and you receive another entry to WIN our Grand Prize. Share you blooming images using hashtag #BloomingLib75 for a total of 3 ENTRIES to WIN!