Centennial Performance was a Canadian television miniseries which aired on CBC Television's English and French networks in 1967.
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||3|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Original network||CBC Television|
|Original release||19 April –|
15 November 1967
The three-hour-long Centennial Performance episodes were broadcast in colour, each at 9:30 p.m. Eastern:
- 19 April 1967 Scholarship recipients Jacques Simard (Quebec City, oboe) and Irene Weiss (Calgary, piano) were featured with singer George London. Pierre Hétu conducted the Montreal Symphony Orchestra.
- 4 October 1967 Richard Gresko (Montreal, piano) and Martine van Hamel (Toronto, ballet) were the featured scholarship winners, joined by singer Maureen Forrester and ballet dancer Hazaros Surmejan. George Crum and Brian Priestman conducted the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
- 15 November 1967 Scholarship winners Claude Corbeil (Montreal, bass) and Audrey Glass (Vancouver, soprano) were joined by Glenn Gould in Toronto and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Golschmann.