Support Us

  • Become a member

    Becoming a member of the NSCE Society is free, quick, and easy way to support us.

    Having a strong membership base helps us apply for key sponsorships that support our standards of excellence. You will receive our quarterly newsletter by email, and you can opt out at any time if you like. We never share your contact information or membership status.

    You don’t need to be related to an NSCE player to be a member; anyone who likes what we do is welcome! 

    To become an NSCE member, please submit the form below.


  • Volunteer

    Volunteering with the NSCE is the perfect way to give back to your local arts community!

    Volunteer with us! We are seeking community members to help in many areas such as:

    • Bookkeeping
    • Concert support
    • Costume design/management
    • Marketing
    • IT support

    If you are interested in volunteering,

  • Donate

    The North Shore Celtic Ensemble is a registered Canadian charity and your donations are greatly appreciated. While our youth music classes are self supporting, we rely on the generosity of our sponsors and supporters to deliver certain community programs and artistic productions. Please consider making us part of your monthly or annual giving program. 100% of all donations go towards our youth and inter-generational programs.




    Please make your cheque payable to North Shore Celtic Ensemble and mail to:

    Attention: NSCE Donations
    3999 Woodbury Ave.
    North Vancouver, BC
    Canada V7N 3N4


    Friends ($100+ per year) and Patrons ($250+ per year) will be gratefully acknowledged on our website.

    Benefactors ($1000+ per year) will be gratefully acknowledged on the website and our winter concert program.


    We are grateful for all donations. All gifts over $25 will be issued a tax receipt.

    At your request, your gift may be made anonymously or in honor of someone special.

Get Involved
  • 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