the 9th annual VANCOUVER ISLAND CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL 21 and 22 JUNE 2019
High Notes Flute Choir Dorothea Hayley soprano and Alejandro Ochoa piano Mile Zero Brass Trio Claire Dresselhuis cello and Abigail Takenaka piano Lani Krantz harp and Jun Rong ehru Yuel Yawney violin and Libby Yu piano
21 June @ 7:00 pm (High Notes Flute Choir|Dorothea Hayley /Alejandro Ochoa ) 22 June @ 2:00 pm (Island Brass Trio | Claire Dresselhuis /Abigail Takenaka ) 22 June @ 7:00 pm (Lani Krantz / Jun Rong | Libby Yu / Yuel Yawney ) All concerts at St. Paul’s Anglican Church (100 Chapel Street) TICKETS $20 | $50 all 3 concerts Available at the Nanaimo Conservatory of Music 375 Selby Street 250.754.4611
Oceanside Concert Choir Under the direction of Ann Barber Rehearsals begin on Tuesday September 3rd when the choir starts rehearsing Handel’s "Messiah” to be performed at our December 1st Christmas concert. We welcome current and new members, come and enjoy singing this magnificent and popular Sacred Oratorio. We are delighted to welcome the Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra for this performance along with soloists and trumpeter!
Our concert is Sunday 1st December at Knox United Church in Parksville starting 2.30 p.m.
Our April 5,2020 concert will feature the Brahms Requiem with the Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra joining us once again!
The Island Consort Chamber Choir is a 20-voice community chamber choir that first appeared in concert in late April 2007. Our repertoire is varied and loosely “classical”, focusing on sacred and secular music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. We rehearse Monday evenings from 7:30 to 9:30. This is an auditioned group with considerable musical and choral experience, one that aspires to a higher standard of performance. Our members include amateur and professional musicians, choir directors and music educators. Prospective members may audition from time to time as positions come open. Contact the choir if you have an interest in joining. We perform mostly a cappella pieces, but past concerts have included accompaniment by organ, guitar, harpsichord and members of the Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra. As well as organizing our own concerts we also take an active part in the Nanaimo Sings!festivals as well as a few other community choral events. In the spring of 2010 we provided the live musical soundtrack to dance company Dancers Dancing's performance of "Voices in Motion, bodies that Sing" at the Port Theatre, Nanaimo. In November, 2014, we joined with 2 other choirs to sing Mozart’s Requiem with the Vancouver Island Symphony, under Pierre Simard.
Information on our 2019 Dec. 1st concert to come!
In the 2019/2020 season Malaspina Choir celebrates its 50th year of presenting outstanding concerts from the choral repertoire. We will present three programs - November, December and our 50th anniversary concert in early May. We welcome all singers, and invite you to join, especially if it's something you've been meaning to do for some time.