Jubilee Tribute Concert

Our VCM Jubilee Tribute Concert features violinist Nikki Chooi, pianist Miranda Wong, and soprano Sarah Vardy, all VCM alumni. The musical genius of these three artists will transport us on an evening’s journey through unforgettable classics to amazing modern works. Get Tickets for Nov 1st

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Third Annual After Halloween Show

This year’s concert will feature headlining act We Are The City – Vancouver-based winners of the Peak Performance Project who’s 2013 album Violent has won widespread critical acclaim. Also performing will be Victoria alt-rock outfit San Felix and Victoria-Vancouver collaboration Morning Show.

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Music of the Americas – Celebration

In the truest tradition of high quality amateur ensembles of Europe the Meridiem ensemble is presenting a concert called “Music of the Americas – Celebration”
The evening will include outstanding performance, anecdotal conversation and impromptu humour as the ensemble relates music and band performance to an anticipated all ages audience who has their own intimate involvement with this type of ensemble and its music.

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Monteverdi Madrigals: Pacific MusicWorks, Stephen Stubbs

Many of America’s leading early music specialists, under the direction of lutenist Stephen Stubbs, join forces for a performance of selections from Book Seven and Eight of Monteverdi’s Madrigals. Vocal soloists include Catherine Webster and Aaron Sheehan.

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Voices of Remembrance

Poetry and Music of the 1st World War: Voices of Remembrance will feature poems by Sassoon, Owen, Gurney, Rosenberg and others.

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Great Bear Wild : Dispatches from a Northern Rainforest

Join Pacific Wild’s Ian McAllister for a multi-media event celebrating the launch of his new book, Great Bear Wild. “Through breathtaking photographs and moving prose, McAllister’s Great Bear Wild presents a compelling case for the urgent need to protect, in perpetuity, one of the most magnificent ecosystems on the planet—the increasingly threatened Great Bear Rainforest.” -DR. JANE GOODALL, UN Messenger of Peace

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Trans-Form:These Streets are Made for Walking- CRD Public Lecture Series

Neighbourhoods designed for walking have healthier, happier residents,Trans-Form5Handbill-web-page-001
less traffic collisions and transport costs. How we can build better communities?

Active transportation (walking and cycling) provide a variety of economic, social and environmental of benefits, including direct benefits to users and indirect “external” benefits to other people, including motorists.

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Tokyo Police Club, Said the Whale, The Pack A.D. *SOLD OUT!*

Today, the band is thrilled to announce a western Canadian tour that will kick off in Winnipeg, MB on November 7. The two-week long tour, which includes two shows in both Vancouver and Edmonton, will feature support from Vancouver-based indie rock band Said The Whale and Vancouver garage-rock duo The Pack A.D.

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Darrin Rose

Fresh off of his appearance on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, award-winning stand-up comedian DARRIN ROSE returns to Canada with his 2014 tour My Dad’s Other Son !

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Vivaldi and his Imitators: Accademia Hermans (Italy)

In the eighteenth century, Antonio’s Vivaldi’s works were consistently fresh, wildly popular—and widely imitated. Sometimes it is unclear when a work is by the Venetian master or one of his admirers. You be the judge. Vivaldi’s followers included the great J.S. Bach and the ever popular anonymous. “engaged and engaging…tour de force.” Early Music

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