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The Magic of Yule: live with the Universal Gospel Choir

Universal Gospel Choir, Vancouver's longest-running gospel choir, returns to the Canadian Memorial United Church and Centre for Peace with its annual holiday concert, The...
Early Music Vancouver presents Handel’s Messiah at three venues across the Lower Mainland during the holiday season.

Early Music Vancouver brings Handel’s Messiah back to pasture

Early Music Vancouver (EMV) is providing local audiences with a trio of opportunities to experience this intimate interpretation of Handel’s most well-known masterpiece, Messiah. Featuring...
James Anagnoson and Leslie Kinton.

Music review: Music in the Morning with two grand pianos and pianists

Musicologist June Goldsmith founded Music in the Morning (MITM) in 1985. That’s when she first booked Anagnoson and Kinton. She had to ask how...
Vancouver's Phoenix Chamber Choir is ready for the first concert of its 37th season under new leadership.

Phoenix on fire: local chamber choir reawakens

With the recent appointment of Dr. Nicholle Andrews as its new artistic director, Ian Bannerman as its new assistant director, and changes among its ranks, Vancouver's...
The Young'uns (LtR): Sean Cooney, David Eagle, and Michael Hughes. Photo by Elly Lucas.

English folk music trio The Young’uns return to Vancouver with music from their latest...

Last seen at the 2016 Vancouver Folk Music Festival, The Young'uns are back as part of a Western Canadian and U.S. tour. With a single...
Canadian baritone Russell Braun (above) was joined by Canadian pianist Carolyn Maule in a concert inspired by water.

Music review: Canadian duo Braun and Maule made sweet music in the morning

Russell Braun’s rich baritone voice and emotional range, accompanied with sensitive empathy by Carolyn Maule on the Vancouver Academy of Music Steinway, made Music...
"I still can't believe I was invited on this trip of a lifetime. You'll have everything you need for a magical musical journey on The Polar Express in Concert." - composer Alan Silvestri.

The Polar Express arrives in Vancouver this November

Is it too early to start talking about the holidays? With shorter days, colder nights, and snow already falling in some parts of our...
Brentano String Quartet. Photo by Juergen Frank.

Music review: Music in the Morning embarks on its new season

Adrian Fung, Executive and Artistic Director of the Music in the Morning Concert Society, sped on to the stage at the Vancouver Academy of...
Alto Alex Potter sings while Alexander Weimann conducts the Pacific Baroque Orchestra in the final concert at this year's Vancouver Bach Festival. Photo by Jan Gates.

Music Review: Early Music Vancouver celebrated its 50th birthday with an enthralling Hail, Bright...

Early Music Vancouver (EMV) celebrated fifty years since its inception with Hail, Bright Cecilia, the final concert in its 4th annual Bach Festival. Henry Purcell,...
Countertenor Alex Potter designed and led this evening of text and music inspired by The Song of Solomon. Photo by Annelies van der Vegt.

Music review: Song of Songs are naughty, but oh so nice

The texts and music in Song of Songs are inspired by The Song of Solomon, arguably one of the shortest books in the Old...

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