Magical, Merry Music with Celtic, Latin and original music for Classical and World flutes & harp. 
by Celebrated Artists Sharlene Wallace & Ron Korb 

Knox Presbyterian Church Oakville 
789 Dunn St, Oakville, ON L6J 3C8

Online ticketing is closed. Please proceed to the door for ticket purchase. Thank you.

$30 (in advance online); $35 (at door); children under 12 free

Shipping & Returns
  1. E-tickets will be emailed to you before the concert. 
  2. Show your tickets on your cell phone at door or print it out if your prefer. We will also have your names on our guest list.  
  3. Tickets cannot be transferred to another time slot and will not be refunded.
  4. Any questions please contact store@ronkorb.com


Japanese-Canadian Grammy®Award winning flutist and composer Ron Korb has developed a distinctive global musical persona, fluidly blending Pan-Asian, Celtic, and Latin influences, acquired through a lifetime of exploration. 

In 2021, Ron played on Stewart Copeland (The Police) and Ricky Kej’s Grammy-winning album Divine Tides. This year he is featured on Masa Takumi’s Grammy winning album for Best Global Music Album (2023). 

Ron’s albums top favourite lists and legendary singers in Asia have recorded his music. He has toured in North America, Europe, Central America, Japan, China, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, India, & Australia.


Harpist and composer, Sharlene Wallace is one of Canada's most prolific and versatile harp players. Winner of two international competitions, the Lyon & Healy International Pop & Jazz Lever Harp Competition (Tucson, Arizona) and the Concours d'Improvisation de Rencontres Internationales de Harpe Celtique (Dinan, France), Sharlene has toured internationally performing in festivals and concert series across North America and in Europe. Sharlene’s seven albums express journeys of rhythm, spaciousness, the Canadian landscape, Celtic, Classical, South American and original music. As an educator Sharlene has taught harp workshops across North America and teaches both lever and pedal harps privately and at York University, and Wilfrid Laurier University.