Link | The UBC Baccalaureate Concert features students graduating from the UBC School of Music, performing an eclectic collection of music from Mozart to Gershwin with a special guest appearance by UBC President Santa J. Ono performing cello. | Chan Centre for the Performing Arts | 6265 Crescent Rd | 8pm | Free »Details
Link | … works include Jocelyn Morlock’s One Black Spike, about immigrant labour used to build the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway in the early 20th century.
Link | Daniel Tsui, a UBC bachelor of music graduate, printed his own violin at home on a 3D printer.
Link | Look forward to banner performances [by]… Vancouver keyboard star Alexander Weimann rendering Bach’s German Organ Mass at Christ Church
Link | Amid those demos, you'll see a science poetry slam and performances by UBC music student Daniel Tsui using 3-D-printed violins.
Link | “I’ve chosen a marvellous work by Canadian composer, Hussein Janmohamed, of Ismaili Islamic background,” Adams said. “This work is often the unexpected ‘audience favourite’ of the whole concert…”
Link | Conductor Jonathan Darlington and soprano Simone Osborne talk with Matthew Parsons about Gounod's masterpiece.
Link | In an Explorations Series concert on Nov. 10, the Victoria Symphony performed two of those pieces: My Name Is Amanda Todd, by Jocelyn Morlock