Let’s Blossom… Flowers are blooming and so are we. KeAloha invites us into “Let’s Blossom”, an ode to spring, and an ode to the growth in all of us. KeAloha performs original songs that invite you into first loves, finding rhythm in newness, holding each other in discovery, and re-learning life with chronic illness disability.

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Murray Porter’s original words and music are featured in his set. He sings about issues that reflect the current Indigenous experiences on Turtle Island (North America), about ‘The Water’, Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women & Girls (‘Highway 16’), and some fun time grooves too in ‘Some Day I’ll Never Learn’.

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Maggie Hasspacher performs a short song cycle written for her over the span of 2018-2020 by Paul Brantley, a New York City-based composer/cellist. The three movements, entitled Alone, Nightpiece and Bahnhofstrasse, come from James Joyce’s collection of poetry entitled Pomes Penyeach. Live recorded in Pyatt Hall at the Vancouver Symphony School of Music on March […]

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Livestream performance at 1 pm. Click here to view the livestream. Do you like your jazz a little bluesy? How about some swing? A little Duke Ellington, Peggy Lee or even some W.C Handy? Sit back, relax and come join me for a little journey back in time where the music might just stir up […]

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Livestream performance at 3 pm. Click here to view the livestream. This thematic program features Viennese music from composers Mozart, Schubert, and Grünfeld. All three composers are Austrian and all three worked and died in Vienna. Mozart K. 311 was written in 1777 and Die Fledermaus was written about a hundred years later, while the […]

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As part of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra School of Music’s International Master Teacher program, Sarah Rose performs in a Piano Masterclass with internationally recognized concert artist Jane Coop, live-streamed from Pyatt Hall in April 2021. Watch as Sarah and Jane work on essential piano repertoire from Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier. This masterclass was supported by The […]

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Second only to Bach’s most popular Toccata and Fugue in d minor, his Passacaglia and Fugue parallels many aspects of this past year as Michael will explain in his opening remarks. The 21 variations showcase the many colours of St John’s Shaughnessy’s magnum Hallman organ’s 3800 pipes! Pulling out all the stops, the program concludes […]

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Leave your troubles at the gate and tune in for an hour of music, special guests & absurdist humour. Station 234 is an intimate concert-cum-musical variety show featuring the music of David Ward. Monthly guests have included local star Dawn Pemberton, as well as international thrash jazz prodigy, Cameron Graves (Kamasi Washington). From the coded […]

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This recital features three of my compositions for solo piano. Chorale and Variations: A set of 10 variations on the counterpoint of an original chorale theme. Ephemeral: A work that evokes some of the sonorities that I’ve experienced while dreaming. Etude on “Home Sweet Home”: Here I tried to capture the myriad emotions that I […]

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There is one thing the world needs today: Hope. With uplifting tunes, from original music in the jazz, blues, and contemporary style, and classical repertoire by Beethoven, Schumann, and Schubert, composer, pianist, lyricist, and singer Kylie Fonacier sings and performs on piano from home in “Here’s to Us All: Songs of Hope” as a way […]

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Awakening is an original composition from Mohamed Assani’s latest album, Wayfinder. Musical traveller Mohamed Assani takes his sitar in a completely new and unexpected direction— bringing together unforeseen musical worlds in an original piece that relentlessly pushes at the frontiers of cultural and musical hybridity. Produced by the Tiny Lights Festival and recorded at the […]

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