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Vancouver Opera presents Puccini’s Turandot (Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, Oct. 13-21)
The French Symphonic Organ, with Organist Jérôme Faucheur presented by Holy Rosary Cathedral (Vancouver, Oct. 20)
Laudate Singers Gala Fundraiser: Viennese Masquerade. Inspired by the characters, spirit, and music of opera’s greatest party scenes, Laudate Singers invites attendees into a magical and theatrical world presented by Laudate Singers (Seymour Golf & Country Club, North Vancouver, Oct. 24)
Live @ the Gallery - Seasonal Celebration Features musicians Bradley Barhman and Joel MacKenzie. (Deer Lake Gallery, Burnaby, Dec. 7)
Monteverdi’s Orfeo, Pacific MusicWorks with Stephen Stubbs presented by Early Music Vancouver (Chan Centre, Oct. 29)
Evelyn Glennie with the VSO presented by Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (Vancouver Oct. 28 and 30)i World’s foremost percussionist, profoundly deaf plays Jennifer Higdon’s Percussion Concerto, and Bramwell Tovey conducts Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 10. (Orpheum, Vancouver Oct. 28-30)
Winston Matsushita, Dan Reynolds & Joe Poole presented by Roedde House Jazz Series (Vancouver, Nov. 9)
One Last Song: Chor Leoni’s 25th annual Remembrance Day concert presented by Chor Leoni (West Vancouver United Church, Nov. 11)
RIOT: “It didn’t feel wrong.” presented by Hard Rubber Riot Ensemble Roundhouse Performance Centre, Nov. 3 )
Collectif9: Volksmobiles collectif9 employs lights, staging, and amplification more commonly seen at rock shows in genre-bending classical performances. (Kay Meek Centre Grosvenor Theatre, West Vancouver, Nov. 12)
Choral Music for Christ the King presented by Holy Rosary Cathedral. The Cathedral’s own musicians: organist Denis Bédard and the Cathedral Choir, assistant organist Catherine Walsh and the Holy Rosary Women’s Choir, the Contemporary Choir with director Chito Lacsina, and the Spanish Mass Choir with director Alejandro Frias. (Vancouver, Nov. 24)
Cathedral Organist Denis Bédard presented by Holy Rosary Cathedral. Music spanning eight centuries, from medieval France to Denis Bédard’s own compositions, and including works by Bach, Gigout, and Dubois. (Vancouver, Jan. 26)
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