School of Contemporary Music Faculty Concert

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School of Contemporary Music Faculty Concert

Please obtain your ticket for the concert to attend! Tickets are offered for free or pay what you can.

Entry for this concert is at The Victoria Conservatory of Music entrance at 900 Johnson Street.

Join us on June 11th in Alix Goolden Performance Hall for an unforgettable evening of musical diversity as the Victoria Conservatory of Music’s School of Contemporary Music presents its Faculty Concert.

Led by Artistic Director Daniel Lapp, this concert showcases the very talented faculty we have teaching within the Chwyl Family School of Contemporary Music. Performances will feature music spanning a broad array of genres, from jazz, folk and rock to hip-hop and electronica! A special feature in this concert will be the introduction of this year’s winners of the Henwood Family Prize for Emerging Artists. These young talents, ages 12 to 21 each receive a $1000 cash prize and an opportunity to either perform their song live on stage as part of this concert or to be recorded professionally at the Conservatory. Join us as we celebrate the power and diversity of music this year during the Conservatory’s 60th anniversary, which includes marking the 10-year milestone next season of the Chwyl Family School of Contemporary Music!

Featuring performances by:

  • Joey Smith
  • Wes Carrol
  • Anna Lyman
  • Sahara Sloan
  • Kelly Nordstrom
  • Stephanie Cadman
  • Alexandra Berg
  • Jonathan Dyck
  • Issah Contractor
  • Ry Moran

Venue Accessibility

The 900 Johnson Street entrance is at ground-level and wheelchair accessible. There is an elevator located on the first floor: as you enter the building go down the ramp to your right and the elevator is on the left at the bottom. Priority seating can be provided at concerts if you have accessibility issues; please contact the Venues Department . Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located on the main floor, beside the lobby in the Reception and Registration area.