Ancient Airs and Dances: A Baroque Garland
Guest Artist: Marc Destrubé, violin
With the Lions Gate Youth Orchestra
Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 3:00pm
Much loved by Vancouver audiences, Marc Destrubé’s stylish, bold and daring playing will blossom in our showcase of Purcell, Boccherini, Bach and Vivaldi (including a concerto for four violins!). Conjuring the charms of the past, and adding their own contemporary take on old melodies, we offer Stravinsky’s delightful Pulcinella and Respighi’s elegant Ancient Airs and Dances.
Through the Lions Gate
Special guests: Pandora’s Vox and Pro Arté Centre Dancers
Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 7:30pm
Like the magnificence of the twin peaks, we offer a program showcasing two pillars of our artistic community: Pandora’s Vox offers majestic and moving melodies by Beethoven, Fauré, John Lennon and others, and Pro Arté Centre Dancers transport us with selections from Tchaikovsky’s resplendent Swan Lake. Of course we could not have a year without our dear friend and composer, Michael Conway Baker, who brings our season to an end with two compositions.
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With the exciting concert experiences still fresh in our memories, we are excited to introduce you to another incredible season of music making on the North Shore.
We are certain you will share our excitement when you read about the 5 performances we have in store for you. Starting with the ever-popular Robert Silverman (playing Beethoven!), this season promises to be another wonderful musical journey.
This season we are offering our best subscriber discount ever. Plus, you have the privilege of claiming your favourite seats when you book early.
So, please book your subscription early and join us for a thrilling season of great music and memorable performances – right here on the North Shore!
Clyde Mitchell, conductor
Chris Pettypiece, chair