EMSI is very sorry to be unable to present The Dark Side of Vivaldi to you this Friday, due to the new public health restrictions. However, we plan to bring you this concert virtually in the new year. Ticket prices will be refunded, but please do consider making an equivalent donation to EMSI if you are able, to help us bring you more virtual Early Music concerts in the coming months. Your generosity and ongoing support is greatly appreciated!
All tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase.
Due to the new temporary non-essential travel restrictions in and out of the Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal Health regions, we have changed the date of this concert to Friday November 27th so that our Vancouver-based harpsichordist, Christina Hutton, will be able to participate.
Tickets for the November 14th events will be transferred to the new date, but refunds are also available by contacting the VCM Box Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you safely on November 27th!
*Please see COVID19 Event Protocols below before purchasing tickets *
Join celebrated artists Chloe Kim (Artistic Director of Victoria’s recent Music for the Pause), Jeanne Lamon (Music Director Emerita of Tafelmusik), Christina Mahler, and Christina Hutten for “The Dark Side of Vivaldi”. Drama, tragedy, and haunting beauty – you’ll hear it all in this exclusive program of fiery Italian works presented at the Alix Goolden Performance Hall on November 27″
Chloe Kim & Jeanne Lamon, violins
Christina Mahler, cello
Christina Hutten, harpsichord
Tickets are $35 for EMSI members
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COVID19 EVENT PROTOCOLS