Open House 2014

Open House 2014 at the Victoria Conservatory of Music is going to be a blast for the entire family. Features a free concert w/ The Kerplunks!

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Rifflandia Festival 2014 - Day 1

Through continued growth, innovation and community engagement, Rifflandia Festival has become one of Western Canada’s premiere music and arts festival destinations.The festival takes place September 11-14 across 15 stages, all within walking distance in Victoria’s downtown core. Spanning four days, Rifflandia presents over 150 performances on multiple stages in a variety of venues, both indoor and outdoor, all within walking distance of one another.

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Rifflandia Festival 2014 - Day 2

Through continued growth, innovation and community engagement, Rifflandia Festival has become one of Western Canada’s premiere music and arts festival destinations.The festival takes place September 11-14 across 15 stages, all within walking distance in Victoria’s downtown core. Spanning four days, Rifflandia presents over 150 performances on multiple stages in a variety of venues, both indoor and outdoor, all within walking distance of one another.

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Creating a City for Everyone

TRANS-FORM SPEAKER SERIES Sparking dialogue about city-building, vibrant public spaces, mobility, health, urban design and livability. Let leading experts inspire and educate you with fast-paced presentations.

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Maria Manna Ent. presents: Victoria Gospel Music Festival-Day1

Proceeds from the Victoria Gospel Music Festival go to the Music Therapy Program at the Victoria Conservatory of Music. Music Therapy is the skillful use of music as a therapeutic tool to restore, maintain, and improve mental, physical, and emotional health. The non-verbal, creative, and affective nature of music facilitates contact, learning, self-expression, communication and growth. The VCM’s Music Therapy sessions meet the needs of children as young as 18 months old, to the elderly; those of all ages with exceptionalities, conditions, or illnesses, and to improve the quality of life for all.

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Maria Manna Ent. presents: Victoria Gospel Music Festival-Day 2

Proceeds from the Victoria Gospel Music Festival go to the Music Therapy Program at the Victoria Conservatory of Music. Music Therapy is the skillful use of music as a therapeutic tool to restore, maintain, and improve mental, physical, and emotional health. The non-verbal, creative, and affective nature of music facilitates contact, learning, self-expression, communication and growth. The VCM’s Music Therapy sessions meet the needs of children as young as 18 months old, to the elderly; those of all ages with exceptionalities, conditions, or illnesses, and to improve the quality of life for all.

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A Musical Luncheon at the Victoria Golf Club

Be one of only 80 fortunate individuals to enjoy a delicious served lunch, complete with superb musical performances featuring VCM’s own child prodigy on piano, Symphony Splash soloist Erik Lin (9 years old) followed by a not-to-be-missed performance of One-Piano-Four-Hands starring Sue Siluch and Harmon Lewis.

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Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen Lecture - The Meaning We Make of the Numinous

Lecture with Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen -Coming into the world with the capacity for awe and wonder, we are receptive to the numinous, and have worshiped divinity in countless forms throughout the millennia. A profound sense of connection and meaning often accompanies the numinous and is Gnostic rather than intellectual. It is a spiritual encounter achieved through active imagination, dreams and physical revelations.

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Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen Workshop – Path With Soul, Path With Heart: the Inner Compass

Jean Bolen invites us to remember and connect with our inner compass. The awakening of conscious awareness allows us to trust in knowledge coming to us in the midst of a potentially terminal illness. It may be heart chakra information: what our heart knows is true for us. The most difficult experiences may be opportunities to align with soul – opportunities to recognize the divine spark in others and ourselves.

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Jubilee Faculty Concert I

Jubilee Faculty Concert I - Renowned performers including soprano Ingrid Attrot, violist Michael van der Sloot, and pianist Robert Holliston, present a program featuring the expressive instrumental works and poetic Art Songs of one of the most prolific composers of the Romantic era, Robert Schumann.

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