To present artists performing works that originated in South and Central America, the Caribbean, and Spain. The Victoria Tango and Latin Festival is an event that proposes to develop a Canadian identity of Latin music and arts, and that represents the vast diversity of what is known as “Latin” culture.Although the Festival was established to present Tango music, based on audience and performer requests it has grown to incorporate other forms of Latin music and art. The “Tango and Latin Festival” also has a history of presenting collaborations of Canadian artists with international guests, and providing training for artists, as well as education for audiences.
Bach Cantata Evening featuring singers from the Advanced program. Friday, August 8 2014 – 7:30pm $25 /$15 (students/seniors)
Handel’s Athalia featuring soloists from the Advanced program, chorus and orchestra. Saturday, August 9 2014 – 7:30pm Tickets available at the VCM front desk and at the doors (7pm) $25 /$15 (students/seniors)
The Trans-Form Speaker Series is sparking a dialogue in the capital region focused on city-building, vibrant public spaces, accessible mobility, health, urban design, and livability. Leading experts from near and far deliver compelling, concise, fast-paced presentations to inspire and educate local audiences. Join us as we build momentum with the second event in this dynamic series!
with 150 singers, full orchestra and band directed by Maestro Simon Leung Under the umbrella of Global Echoes Music Society, The Annual Victoria Summer Choir began in 2006 and has continued to provide higher quality musical events for the quality of its concerts. The society offers Greater Victoria area residents opportunities to experience singing and playing with trained voices and professional players, perform in public concerts with a full orchestra and band.
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!
Be one of only 80 fortunate individuals to enjoy a delicious served lunch, complete with superb musical performances featuring talented students of the VCM. Immediately following lunch, holes who have signed up for The Coda will enjoy a “bubbles and truffles” dessert reception and Salon Concert showcasing Harmon Lewis and Sue Siluch as they entertain us with their antics and supreme talents playing “One Piano Four Hands”.
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.