Congratulations to all participants of the Suzuki Achievement Levels Concert on Saturday! A very special thank you to Raymund Echaus, who presented a scholarship in his sister’s name. The Marguerite M. Echaus Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Amber Tsang, pictured here with Joseph Elworthy, Juan Wang, Teresa Ho, and Raymund Echaus.
The Koerner Quartet would like to invite you to our third concert of the season on Friday, March 7th, 7:30pm at the Koerner Recital Hall. It is a wonderful opportunity to listen and enjoy an evening of chamber music with VAM faculty members Nicholas Wright, Jason Ho, Marcus Takizawa, and Executive Director of VAM, Joseph… Read more »
VAM Chamber Music Institute (CMI) aims to inspire and challenge the Lower Mainland’s most aspiring musicians by offering an intensive study of the seminal works that encompass the chamber music repertoire. CMI was created and designed by one of Canada’s most esteemed musicians, Professor Andrew Dawes, who will serve as CMI Director. CMI will specialize… Read more »
We’re having an open rehearsal for VAMSO on Friday, March 14th…and you’re invited! We’ll be having a reading session featuring a select number of scores from our Young Composers’ Competition. Joined by guest conductor Owen Underhill (Turning Point Ensemble), each composer will have their composition read by VAMSO as part of their entrance. Performance Order… Read more »
VAM faculty member Ariel Barnes will be performing at Music on Main on Tuesday, March 6, 2012. Programme Benjamin Britten’s Cello Suite No.1, Op.72 Cello Suite No.2, Op.80 Cello Suite No.3, Op.87 For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit: Music on Main.
Four internationally renowned harpists take to the stage with an eclectic and thrilling combination of heavenly classics and sensual Brazilian music, Thursday, August 1 at 7 p.m. at Koerner Recital Hall at the Vancouver Academy of Music, 1270 Chestnut Street, Vancouver. Tickets $20/25 at the door. All four artists are faculty members of the prestigious… Read more »