Our supporters

While our youth music classes are self-supporting, our artistic productions and community programs rely on the generosity of individual donors, corporate sponsors and granting agencies. The North Shore Celtic Ensemble gratefully acknowledges our sponsors and community partners who allow us to share our music near and far.
  • Thank You To Our Sponsors!

    We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the City of North Vancouver and the District of North Vancouver through the grants programs of North Vancouver Recreation & Culture. We also acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia and of the North Shore News.
  • Thank You To Our Community Partners!

    We gratefully acknowledge the continued support from our community partners who provide us with performance opportunities: Vancouver Coastal Health ~ North Shore Hospice Society ~ Silver Harbour Centre ~ Festival du Bois ~ Lower Lonsdale Business Association. We also acknowledge support from an international partner who has provided us with inspiration and performance opportunities several times over the past 10 years ~ Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
  • Thank You To Our Generous Donors & Sponsors!

    Friends ($100+ per year) ~ Patrons ($250+ per year) ~ Benefactors ($1000+ per year)

    Kim & Sven Aippersbach
    Phil & Laura Graves
    Martha Lou Henley
    Josie Padro & Ken McDonald
    Chris Sterry
    Henley Foundation
    Hoskin/Robblee Family

    D. Ohlson & L. Failing
    Celeste Peli
    Tony Young
    Tommy's Catering

    Val  and Don Clark
    M.R.  Groundwater
    Richard Lester
    Laura Parkinson
    St Andrew’s and St Stephen’s Presbyterian Church
    Leslie Wibberley
    Claire Young
    Grant Wildi
    Gauthier Family
    Rowlands Family

About NSCE
  • Testimonials
    "In addition to performing at a number of our special events each year, the youth of the Ensemble has also worked with the Silver Harbour Choir to present intergenerational concerts to the community … a musical delight for the audience and an enlightening experience for both the youth and seniors involved, as they shared their love of music across the generations. The young people of the Celtic Ensemble are always inspiring and heartwarming in their musical talent and generosity of spirit."
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    - Annwen Loverin,
    Executive Director
    Silver Harbour Centre
    North Vancouver, BC