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  1. This Shining Night is the title for The Sooke Community Choir’s 2019 winter concert series. The concert is a stunning collection of beautiful and inspirational music that spans the ages from Mozart to Pentatonix. This winter will feature Silvina Samuels on Cello, Jeff Poynter on soprano sax and Kathy Russell on the piano. If you’re looking for a musical experience in December then please attend our concert. You will leave This Shining Night restored.
  2. This Shining Night is the title for The Sooke Community Choir’s 2019 winter concert series. The concert is a stunning collection of beautiful and inspirational music that spans the ages from Mozart to Pentatonix. This winter will feature Silvina Samuels on Cello, Jeff Poynter on soprano sax and Kathy Russell on the piano. If you’re looking for a musical experience in December then please attend our concert. You will leave This Shining Night restored.
  3. This Shining Night is the title for The Sooke Community Choir’s 2019 winter concert series. The concert is a stunning collection of beautiful and inspirational music that spans the ages from Mozart to Pentatonix. This winter will feature Silvina Samuels on Cello, Jeff Poynter on soprano sax and Kathy Russell on the piano. If you’re looking for a musical experience in December then please attend our concert. You will leave This Shining Night restored.
  4. This Shining Night is the title for The Sooke Community Choir’s 2019 winter concert series. The concert is a stunning collection of beautiful and inspirational music that spans the ages from Mozart to Pentatonix. This winter will feature Silvina Samuels on Cello, Jeff Poynter on soprano sax and Kathy Russell on the piano. If you’re looking for a musical experience in December then please attend our concert. You will leave This Shining Night restored.
  5. This Shining Night is the title for The Sooke Community Choir’s 2019 winter concert series. The concert is a stunning collection of beautiful and inspirational music that spans the ages from Mozart to Pentatonix. This winter will feature Silvina Samuels on Cello, Jeff Poynter on soprano sax and Kathy Russell on the piano. If you’re looking for a musical experience in December then please attend our concert. You will leave This Shining Night restored.
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    Join this fabulous inclusive community of young adults as they share their music and celebrate new and old friendships. Our concert features an eclectic mix of choral presentations. Beautiful & Beyond examines all aspects of beauty - of ourselves and the world around us, the physical, the mental, the emotional, from the mundane to the world-changing and beyond. SingYourJoy Young Adult Chorus under the direction of Christine Chepyha and Gordon Miller, is joined by musicians Kelby MacNayr and Joey Smith. See you on December 6th for another fabulous evening of music, laughter and tears, and heartfelt community. Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/beautiful-beyond-singyourjoy-in-concert-tickets-78096110569 FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2405076126443578/ Website: http://singyourjoy.ca/concerts-and-events/ Email: singyourjoy@gmail.com Call/text: 250-882-5668
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    The Vancouver Men's Chorus, conducted by Willi Zwozdesky, returns to Victoria after a two year absence. Canada’s Premier Gay Men’s Chorus will perform music from their 38 year repertoire as well as highlights from Making Spirits Bright 2019. In 1981, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (the first gay choir), toured the United States and several men from Vancouver drove the three hours south to Seattle to hear them. On their return, they decided to start a chorus of their own performing their first concert in December of that same year. The Vancouver Men's Chorus officially became the first gay chorus in Canada, a founding member of GALA and the first international gay chorus in that organization. Under the continuing direction of conductor Willi Zwozdesky, the chorus has achieved national prominence through performances across Canada including visits to Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Victoria, Edmonton, St. John's and Montreal, and through radio broadcasts on CBC. Concert performances in the United States include San Francisco, Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, Washington D.C., Denver, San Diego, and San Jose. In addition, broadcasts of its 1995 recording Making Spirits Bright, the 1992 recording Signature and the 2006 release of Encore have increased national exposure. Tickets online at Eventbrite.ca and in person at Long & McQuade Music Victoria and Ivy's Bookshop Oak Bay. A portion of the proceeds will support SingYourJoy Young Adult Chorus.
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    All the way from London, England, the award-winning Echéa Quartet performs an exciting program of music by R. Murray Schafer, György Ligeti and Joseph Haydn as part of the UVic School of Music’s Emerging Artists Alumni Series. Expect a surprise at the end of the concert with some local fame! Finalists and prizewinners of the International Anton Rubinstein Chamber Music Competition (2018) and finalists in the Royal Overseas-League Music Competition (2019), the Echéa Quartet is a London-based string quartet formed in 2017 at the Royal Academy of Music. Featuring violinists Aliayta Foon-Dancoes (UVic BMus '15) and Emily Earl, violist Clara Loeb and cellist Eliza Millett, they have recently been awarded the role as Fellowship String Quartet for 2019/20 at the Royal Academy of Music, where they are mentored by John Myerscough, Christoph Richter and Levon Chilingirian. Admission by donation
  9. Straight out of Havana… A blazing ensemble of deeply soulful mambo and “a groove as intense as a runaway train.” – NPR Havana’s top musicians join forces with some of the most creative and spirited talents of New York’s Latin music scene to create Orquesta Akokán. This big band collective reinvigorates the sound of Cuban’s golden era mambo with a bold new energy reminiscent of Benny Moré, Pérez Prado, and banda gigante of the 1940's and 50's. In spring 2018, their self-titled first album released with Daptone Records. The album boasts all original songs recorded at the historic state-run Estudios Areito with Cuba's finest players, young and old, led by the inimitable and dynamic singer José "Pepito" Gómez, produced by Chulo Records' Jacob Plasse, with incendiary arrangements by Michael Eckroth. The ferocious and pedigreed wind and rhythm sections consist of musicians from storied groups including Irakere, NG La Banda, and Los Van Van. Robust, time-tested musical architectures of son cubano and mambo are honored and modernized through a synthesis of the rich compositional styles of Havana, New York, and beyond. Orquesta Akokán made their US debut in July 2018, which included a date at Lincoln Center, and continues their tour to Victoria, BC, to showcase the magnitude of their soulful, captivating music and myriad of rhythmic styles. Thursday, November 14 – 8:00pm ~ $65.00/$53.00 (tax and service charge included) Orquesta Akokán: https://www.orquestaakokan.com/ Ticket exclusively available through: Royal & McPherson Box Office (250-386-6121 or online at rmts.bc.ca).
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    Saturday, May 11 from 1-4pm flutist, performer-composer, improviser, and Deep Listening® (DL) Certificate teacher Jane Rigler will present a deep listening workshop at Open Space. It will engage participants in activities exploring sound walk/mapping and graphic notations, informed by Jenni Schine & Jay White's exhibition Field Guides for Listeners. Participants are invited to explore sounds through playful and contemplative activities that include word games, poetry, movement, walking and drawing a “sound map” of their experiences. Bodies, breath, and any other means of making sound are all welcomed… The workshop will be followed by a performance on Sunday, May 12 at 7:30pm, to include recent works for soloist with and without electronics, as well as new work realized during her residency in Victoria. Possible guest artists TBD. Admission is free / by donation.
  11. Join Ensemble Laude for our spring concert, showcasing sparkling pieces from around the world! Gathering brings together Canadian composers such as Don MacDonald, Meghan Quinlan and Stephen Hatfield, along with the premiere of Light, written for Ensemble Laude by John Gordon Armstrong. Medieval songs will also be featured, including Stella Splendens andSumer is Icumen In, as well as new pieces by Part Uusberg and Allison Girvan. Come join us and be part of the magic!
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    Ashley Wey Trio

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    Victoria’s pianist Ashley Wey celebrates the beauty of modern jazz with passion and improvisational joy, bringing the standards freshly back to life. With three critically acclaimed self-produced albums to her credit, the captivating Wey returned to Victoria with her latest ‘Live’: an album filled with inventive ideas and breathtaking artistry. Ashley is a charismatic singer/pianist who lights up the stage with her bright smile and magnificent sounds that open minds and reach hearts. J
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