2017-2018 Cap Classics: Free lunch hour concerts

    September 21, 2017

    Cap Classics: Friday, September 22, 2017 to Friday, March 9, 2018

    Campus: North Vancouver
    Location: BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts
    Contact: School of Performing Arts
    Emailmusic@capilanou.ca
    Phone: 604.984.4911

    All concerts start at 11:45 a.m. in BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts at Capilano University (Birch Building) 

    September 22, 2017: Love, Sex, Death–and Other Inconveniences
    A musical stroll through the works of Kurt Weill, Jake Heggie and others, ranging from the sublime to the macabre. 
    Heather Pawsey, soprano
    Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa, piano

    October 6, 2017: The Cascadia Reed Quintet
    Arrangements of baroque and classical repertoire from Rameau and Mozart, original works by Mark Mellits and Colin MacDonald and a jazz transcription by Billy Strayhorn.
    Marea Chernoff, oboe/English horn
    Christoper Lee, clarinet
    Olivia Martin, bassoon
    A.K. Coope, bass clarinet

    October 27, 2017: Soaring Winds and Strings
    Featuring works by Nino Rota and Johannes Brahms
    Michelle Anderson, clarinet
    Heather Hay, cello
    Rosemary O'Connor, piano

    January 19, 2018: Solo Flight
    Solo violin works by Bartok, Ysaye and Jeffrey Ryan
    Nancy DiNovo, violin 

    February 2, 2018: Tung & Bedzvin Duo
    Unique combination of erhu/Chinese violin and cello, Chinese and Ukrainian vocal styles, acoustic and electronic processing, folk songs and original compositions 
    Lan Tung, ehru/Chinese violin/vocal/composer
    Volodymyr Bedzvin, cello/vocal/composer
    Jonathan Bernard, percussion

    March 2, 2018: Six Silver Moonbeams
    Capilano U alumnus performs popular guitar works from Spain and Latin America
    Stanton C. Jack, guitar

    March 9, 2018: Student Showcase
    Featuring the top prize winners of the music diploma program performance competitions. 

    For more information: 
    Email
    music@capilanou.ca
    Phone: 604.984.4911

     

    Submitted by: Music department