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Music Mondays -

TD Music Mondays is currently on hold. We look forward to welcoming you back to TD Music Mondays at London Public Library as soon as it is safe to do so. Until then, please support all the wonderful musicians who call London home. Thank you to TD Bank Group for their generous support of TD Music Mondays.

TD Music Mondays

These free concerts by local artists at Central Library are generously supported by TD Bank Group. Concerts are held in the Library Commons on the main floor of Central Library through the winter and outdoors in the Rotary Reading Garden when summer weather returns.

Sarah Smith

Music is Sarah’s full-time passion. She continues to tour prolifically, playing around 300 dates per year in Canada, the United States, and Europe. She has also recently begun to play in the Caribbean. Her social activism includes playing shows and sharing her story in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association, Addictions Services of Thames Valley, My Sister’s Place, Anova, and Vanier Children’s Services. Sarah has won many awards throughout her career. She was named Best Adult Contemporary Artist at the Toronto Independent Music Awards, and has earned multiple honours at the Jack Richardson/Forest City London Music Awards, including the Rock and Singer/Songwriter awards.

The Pairs

The Pairs are an alternative folk pop group powered by 3 classically trained vocalists and a former punk rock drummer. Their unique blend of harmony and rhythm will hug your eardrums and inspire you to dance. Their storytelling and honest songwriting provides an uplifting audience experience you won't want to miss. With three unique songwriters at the helm, The Pairs create a diverse repertoire using their individual lives as inspiration. Employing music as a tool for sharing stories of life's challenges, hope and hilarity, The Pairs inherently connect with the audience through their emotion-full performances.

Sonja Gustufson

London’s award-winning Jazz songstress Sonja Gustafson is a talented vocalist with a unique style and polish. Her traditional approach reflects an appreciation for the forerunners of vocal jazz, bringing a cool verve to classic and lesser-known standards. She has released 2 CDs, both of which were well-received and receive airplay on CBC radio. Her followers are always surprised to learn that she is also an accomplished classically trained soprano with an MMus in Voice Performance from Western University. She is a popular guest with symphonies, choirs and big bands alike and has been soprano soloist at First St. Andrew’s United Church in London, ON since 1999. Sonja’s love of opera and the theatre led her to found her own production company, Diva Lounge Productions, which produces fully staged chamber operas. Whether singing in an intimate jazz club or in front of a symphony, this multi-faceted performer is an engaging songstress who connects deeply with her audience and shares her love of song with passion.

Lost in Japan

Lost In Japan is an indie rock band from the roots of London, Ontario. Founded by front man Addison Johnson in late 2016. After the release of their first EP 'Ghost & The Wolf' they have had many amazing opportunities to open for acts such as 'Hollerado', Won the 98.1 classic rock made in London contest and they are just getting started. Their live show is surely something to be remembered it truly is entertainment in every sense of the word. With a new Album on the way and new songs being written almost daily you will surely get lost in this bands music. Having accomplished so much in a short amount of time the band is still just getting started.

Chad Price

Price is a Canadian artist who has accomplished much so far in his young musical career. He’s had his music featured on national TV programs, he’s had radio charting songs, he’s a nominee and winner of multiple music awards, he’s toured across Canada, and he’s shared the stage with music industry heavyweights including Lights, and Walk Off The Earth.

Joseph Phillips

Born and raised in Toronto, Joe Phillips started studying classical guitar at age 9 at the University Settlement House Music School. He attended Oakwood Collegiate, and after some time playing the clarinet, he discovered the double bass. Time spent playing in various blues bars, Irish pubs and booze cans and four years studying with renowned classical virtuoso Joel Quarrington have led to a busy and diverse career. Joe has performed with the National Arts Centre Orchestra, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Les Violons du Roy, I Musici de Montréal, Tafelmusik and the Festival of the Sound and is an annual participant in the Sweetwater Music weekend in Owen Sound, Ontario.

Kelvin Enns

Kelvin Enns is principal viola of London Symphonia. As a performer Kelvin has enjoyed a wide variety of styles of music with many of Canada's finest musicians. As a soloist he has played concertos with such orchestras as the Toronto Philharmonia, Orchestra Da Camera and Orchestra London as well as playing recitals all over Canada. As an orchestral musician he has played as an extra musician with many of the best orchestras in Canada including National Arts Centre Orchestra, Canadian Opera Company, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Nova Scotia. Kelvin began his studies in music at the young age of four on the violin. As a teenager his interests grew to include a strong focus on viola. Over the years his musical endeavours have included, teaching, jazz guitar, music composition and arranging, as well as recording. Kelvin is passionate about what he does and is always looking for a positive way to share music with those around him.