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Second Sunday Concert Series - Sounds of Spring: Jeff Pelletier, flute, Julie Begg, clarinet & Karen Lee-Morlang, piano
Roedde House Museum
Vancouver, BC
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This event has now passed. Join us for the next installment of the Second Sunday Concert Series on Sunday, May 14th at 3pm when Francois Houle, clarinet, and Jane Hayes, piano, play music by Bolcom, Makholm, Schreiner, and Piazzolla.


Second Sunday Concert Series - Sounds of Spring: Jeff Pelletier, flute, Julie Begg, clarinet & Karen Lee-Morlang, piano
On May 10th, enjoy the "Sounds of Spring" from the Roedde House Museum parlour with Jeff Pelletier, flute, Julie Begg, clarinet, and Karen Lee-Morlang, piano.  These three high energy players present a seasonal program featuring works by Honegger, Dorff, and Horovitz.

Flutist Jeff Pelletier has appeared in concerts and as a soloist numerous times throughout the U.S. and Canada. In addition to being the founder and artistic director of the wind quintet Ventos (www.ventos.org), Jeff is the flutist with the Vancouver based vocal chamber group the Erato Ensemble, is second flute/piccolo with the Kamloops Symphony, performs regularly with the Vancouver Island Symphony and Plastic Acid Orchestra and freelances throughout BC.  Jeff Pelletier has studied with Carl Bergner, and, most notably, Julius Baker, former principal flutist of the New York Philharmonic. Jeff holds an Artist Diploma from the University of BC where he studied with Lorna McGhee, current principal flutist with the Pittsburgh Symphony. Jeff Pelletier is a Pearl Flute Performing Artist.

Clarinetist Julie Begg is a graduate and Fellow of Trinity College of Music, London. She freelanced as a clarinetist and saxophonist in England for many years performing in symphony orchestras, chamber ensembles and West End musicals before emigrating to Canada. In Vancouver, she established herself as a full-time, peripatetic instructor and maintains a large private studio. She also works independently as a clinician, providing educational workshops in secondary schools and at band retreats. Julie is the clarinetist with the Erato Ensemble and Wind Song Trio. She is also a director and music consultant with Quantum Music Works, Inc., a boutique, music licensing company.

In demand as one of Western Canada's top collaborative pianists, Karen Lee-Morlang has been a fixture on the Canadian musical scene for over the past 15 years. An award-winning performer, educator, producer and impresario, Karen has been lauded as "funny, brainy and creative." After specializing in art song and chamber music for her post-graduate degree from UBC, she then taught as a Sessional Lecturer at the University for four years.  Karen has become particularly well-known in the communities of B.C. for championing "art music for the masses" with dedicated passion, producing recital and lecture series for organizations such as the Vancouver Art Gallery, UBC Main Library, Vancouver Opera and the Vancouver Public Library.  Karen has been thrilled to reach an even wider audience base by hosting radio programs for CBC Radio. She currently coordinates different programs for The Health Arts Society.  As a performer, Karen has been featured at events such as the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, MusicFest Vancouver, the World Peace Forum, Women's Worlds Conference, and the Vancouver Folk Festival and has been broadcast on CBC Radio. In addition to playing and touring with many different singers and instrumentalists, Karen is a founding member of the swingin' vocal quartet "The Lady Larks".  Please visit: www.karen.lee-morlang.com

About the Second Sunday Concert Series:
This concert is part of a monthly concert series, taking place on the 2nd Sunday of each month, in the afternoon. Come at 1pm, for Tea and Tour before the concert (included in the price of the ticket), or show up right before 3pm for the concert, at your convenience.

Options include the parking lot at the Empire Landmark Hotel (Robson & Broughton) or street parking on Robson and in the West End.

Parking spots are scarce in the neighbourhood, so give yourself some extra time or use public transportation. (Closest Skytrain station: Burrard. We are on the #5 Robson bus route)

**This concert series would not be possible without the generous support of private donors and the McGrane Pearson Endowment Fund**

Sunday, May 10th, 2015. $12 students/seniors, $15 adults
Roedde House Museum
1415 Barclay St
Vancouver BC V6G 1J6


Roedde House Museum (View)
1415 Barclay Street
Vancouver, BC V6G 1J6


Music > Classical

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


Owner: Roedde House Museum
On BPT Since: Dec 12, 2012
Sheila Giffen

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