The Coast Recital Society is delighted to present a classical duo of sisters, Ludovica Rana, cello and Beatrice Rana, piano. Ludovica Rana, winner of the Young Virtuoso Prize at the First Manhattan International Music Competition, is a laureate of several prestigious competitions. Her sister, Beatrice Rana won First Prize at the 2011 Montreal International Competition & the Silver Medal at the 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. In 2015 she was named a BBC New Generation Artist, and in 2016 she was awarded a fellowship from the prestigious Borletti-Buitoni Trust.
Juno nominated guitarist performs songs, stories and a few instrumentals at the beautiful Heritage Playhouse Theatre.
This show is smack dab in the middle of tour that starts In New Zealand, book ends Canada’s coasts and ends in Europe.
For over 40 years, Janina Fialkowska has enchanted audiences and critics around the world. She has been praised for her musical integrity, her refreshing natural approach and her unique piano sound, thus becoming “one of the Grandes Dames of piano playing” (Frankfurter Allgemeine). Concert begins at 2:30; pre-concert chat a 1:30 pm.
An intoxicating music and storytelling collaboration from classical pianist Sarah Hagen and spoken word artist Brendan McLeod. Hagen, the 2017 Ontario Contact Artist of the Year, performs all thirteen preludes of Rachmaninoff’s Opus 32, interspersed with stories and poems from Brendan McLeod, the former Canadian SLAM champion.
Oliver Swain returns to the Sunshine Coast to help kick off Music @ the kube in 2020…..a new space for live music exploration. Deanna will share a short opening set of her original songs and they will be sure to combine their efforts for something unique and special too.
$15 advance tickets @ the kube
$20 tickets @ the door
#104 – 875 Gibsons Way ~ 778-462-2055 ~ Limited seating
Light snacks and refreshments served by the kube
The Coast Recital Society presents the exceptional Ensemble Made in Canada, January 26 at 2:30 pm, at the Raven’s Cry Theatre. CRS President John Storer will lead a pre-concert chat with the artists at 1:30p.m. In addition to selections from the Mosaïque Project, a unique musical quilt representing the many layers of Canada’s culture, by Canadian composers Nicole Lizée, Darren Sigesmund, Ana Sokolovic, William Rowson, Richard Mascall, and Vivian Fung, the program will feature more familiar music from the standard repertoire by Johannes Brahms and English composer Frank Bridge.
He will be joined by long time bass player and tasteful harmonist Austin Parise, as well as multiple CCMA finalist Evan Ehogetz on Pedal Steel. To make the evening even more sweet, C.J. Beauchamp will be opening the show, and joining in for some songs on guitar.
Intention Gathering is back for its 21st year of magic, bliss and community celebration! ♥
Intention is a multi-day, family friendly, participant co-created festival and retreat at the most intentional time of year.
KIDS’ PLAY SPACE!
SHARED MEALS AND ACCOMMODATIONS INCLUDED!
For more information, please go to www.intentiongathering.org . Much more information will be available there in the next few weeks.
Featuring: Coast Symphony Orchestra; Suncoast Concert Band; Coast Chamber Strings; SC Youth Strings; SC Introductory Strings. Under 12 free
Suncoast Phoenix Community Choirs presents their Christmas concert. Come and join us for some beautiful seasonal music. By donation.
Suncoast Phoenix Community Choir presents their Christmas concert. Come and share some beautiful seasonal music with us. By donation.
This concert features choral works on a theme of the “Three Wise Men” and their gifts . Janice Brunson conducts A Cappella Strait and Choralations Children’s Choir. Tickets at Strait Music in Sechelt, The Blackberry Shop in lower Gibsons, and at the door.
$20 Adults, $15 Students and Seniors, Children under 12 free
This concert features choral works on a theme of the “Three Wise Men” and their gifts . Janice Brunson conducts A Cappella Strait and Choralations Children’s Choir. $20 Adults, $15 Students and Seniors, Children under 12 free
Presented by Powell River Chorus, directed by Walter Martella. 12 and under free
a Christmas masterpiece. Velvet gowns, golden instruments, candles, backdrops of cathedrals and snow — it’s like visiting Christmases of long ago.
Classical and Celtic harps combine with flutes, violin/fiddle, rare medieval instruments, percussion, poetry and song to wrap you snugly in the silken cloak of Christmas.
2:00 pm and 7:00 pm. Enjoy a seasonal repertoire of classics, new and old.
Tickets available from Choir members, Strait Music and EarthFair in Pender Harbour Tickets $20, children 12 and under free with accompanying adult.
Enjoy a seasonal repertoire of classics, new and old.
Tickets from Choir members, Strait Music and EarthFair in Pender Harbour Tickets $20, children 12 and under free with accompanying adult. Plus 2 shows Nov 30 Madeira Park.
Director: Lynne Dickson, Piano Collaborator: Anneka Bonser. Featuring performances by Music Makers Adult Choir, Monday Morning Feel Good Choir and …. Fiddlers Wild