Second Sunday Series 6 Tickets Pass
The purchase of this season pass entitles you to one ticket at six concerts from our 12 concert series.
Below are the first six concerts scheduled. Upcoming concerts to be announced.
January 13th - Erato Ensemble, Vancouver's professional art-song chamber ensemble. The ensemble typically features some combination of voice, piano, cello, flute, guitar, violin, clarinet, and saxophone, and its players are some of Vancouver's top musicians from the Vancouver Chamber Choir, the Vancouver Symphony, and the UBC faculty.
February 10th - "Keyboard virtuoso" Rachel Iwaasa will offer a concert featuring Mozart and Beethoven, together with De Profundis, a piano and spoken word piece by American composer, Frederic Rzewski. A highly acclaimed recording artist and champion of new works, Ms. Iwaasa joins the concert series between engagements in Vancouver and Toronto.
March 10th - The Vancouver Viols. This consort, made up of some of the area's finest early music players, presents a programme of assorted repertoire. The viol, also known as a viola da gamba, is a Renaissance and Baroque precursor to the instruments of the modern orchestral string section. Known for their distinctive "softer, sweeter sonority," let the Vancouver Viols transport you to an earlier time of sweete musick.
April 14th - Kallisto Trio. Hailed as "three women in perfect and effortless harmony, all with glorious voices, all capable of covering a diverse repertoire and all equally capable of sharing undeniable musical abilities in a way that keeps an entire audience in their thrall," the trio's a cappella strains will engage and transport you with a programme of folk songs from Canada and the Americas.
May 12th - Wind Song Trio makes a return visit on with a new programme featuring composers from Canada, England, and the US. Come see and hear why audience members have exclaimed, "That was the best concert I've ever attended!" of this charismatic voice, clarinet, and piano trio.
June 9th - Cordei Harp and Violin Duo fill the parlour with a French inspired programme, including Camille Saint-Saëns enchanting Fantaisie and concluding with a transcription of Piazzolla's intoxicating l'histoire du tango! A unique and rarely heard combination of instruments, Cordei creates innovative and colourful programmes that are simply spellbinding.
Roedde House Museum (View)
1415 Barclay Street
Vancouver, BC V6G 1J6
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