CALENDAR OF EVENTS

2021-2022 Season 

NOTE: All CapU Classics Concerts take place at 11:45am-12:45pm and are live-streamed from the BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts on the North Vancouver Campus.  These concerts are free to the general public.

September

24 - CapU Classics Concert - Orchid Ensemble

                                    Lan Tung, erhu/Chinese violin and vocal

                                    Dailin Hsieh, zheng/Chinese zither

                                    Jonathan Bernard, percussion

Acclaimed as “one of the most adventurous groups uniting Eastern and Western musical traditions,” the Orchid Ensemble will present a program embracing a variety of styles ranging from Taiwanese and Chinese music, World Music, New Music to Creative Improvisation.  

                             

October

15 - CapU Classics Concert - The same song…only different

                                    Heather Pawsey, soprano

                                    Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa, piano

Poems so powerful they inspired more than one composer.  Compare and contrast how the same set of words produces vastly different music by Fauré, Debussy, Rorem, Vaughan Williams and more. 

29 - CapU Classics Concert - The Meeks Duo

                                    Scott Meek and Clare Yuan, piano duo

Virtuoso Transcriptions, Part 3:  transcriptions by arrangers from around the world, including brand new transcriptions by Scott Meek. 

November



December

 2 - 8pm - CapU Instrumental Ensemble Concert 

4 - 8pm - CapU Choral Concert

5 - 3pm - CapU Choral Concert



2022

January

21 - CapU Classics Concert - Beethoven’s Battle Symphony

                                    Carl Petersson, piano

Featuring Beethoven’s transcription of Wellington’s Victory for piano and…cannons! Also works by Scarlatti, Liszt and Ravel.

February

4 - CapU Classics Concert - Tres Guitarras

Miri Kim, Matthew Silverman, Stephen Boswell - The Capilano Guitar Trio

An eclectic concert of works from Jacobean England, Baroque and Classical Italy, modern Spain, South America and folk and popular music from around the world.

March

4 - CapU Classics Concert - Mass Enlightenment

                                    Laudate Singers

                                    Lars Kaario, conductor

Featuring repertoire selected from Christian masses over the centuries and spiritual music from other faiths.

5 - Music Diploma Performance Competition - 7pm 


25 - 11:45am-12:45pm Student Showcase - featuring top prize winners of the Music diploma program performance competitions

April

 



May
 
June