Snowman The short film screened as part of a family holiday concert with the music performed by the VSOSoM Sinfonietta and guest soloist (Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, Dec. 4)

Sarabande Choir at the Yule Duel from Vancouver Bach Choir
(Water Street, Gastown, Dec. 6)

Handel's Messiah: Jon Washburn Conducts with Vancouver Chamber Choir, Pacifica Singers, Vancouver Chamber Orchestra (The Orpheum, Dec. 7)

Sultans of String Christmas Caravan (The ACT Arts Centre, Maple Ridge, Dec. 7)

A German Baroque Christmas Laudate Singers will be joined by a Baroque orchestra featuring renowned North Vancouver violinist Nancy DiNovo to present a seasonal performance of masterworks from the German Baroque (Highlands United Church, Vancouver, Dec. 8) 

Bill Mays & The Toronto Chamber Jazz Septet A Jazzy Nutcracker (The ACT Arts Centre, Maple Ridge, Dec. 8)

Handel’s Messiah presented by Vancouver Bach Choir (Bell Performing Arts Centre, Surrey, Dec. 8)

 Paul Lewis, piano

Paul Lewis, piano

Paul Lewis, piano presented by Vancouver Recital Society (Vancouver Playhouse, Dec. 9)

Bach Collegium Japan—Bach, Handel, Vivaldi With Joanne Lun presented by Early Music Vancouver (Chan Centre, Vancouver, Dec. 9) 

Universal Gospel Choir: The Magic of Yule with Guests Roy and Rosmary (Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, Dec. 9)

Good Noise Vancouver Gospel Choir presents their holiday concert, Good Tidings! A Good Noise Gospel Christmas (Christ Church Cathedral, Dec. 14-15)

VSO At the Movies: Home Alone (Orpheum Theatre, Dec. 14-15) 

Christmas with Chor Leoni (St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church, Vancouver Dec. 14, Dec. 16 & 17; West Vancouver United Church, Dec. 15)

Winter Harp (The ACT Arts Centre, Maple Ridge, Dec. 16)  

Festive Cantatas: A Monteverdi Christmas Vespers presented by Early Music Vancouver (Chan Centre, Vancouver, Dec. 23)

Kid's Koncert: The Hockey Sweater Roch Carrier’s short story set to music by Abigail Richardson presented by Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (Orpheum Theatre, Jan. 13)

Great Russian Trios Russian virtuoso pianist Anastasia Markina returns. (West Point Grey United Church, Vancouver, Jan. 17-18)

Vetta Downtown presented by Vetta Chamber Music (Pyatt Hall, Vancouver, Jan. 20)

Listening Lounge - Roots and Grooves Veteran folk artist Rick Scott joins forces with young keyboard ace Nico Rhodes for an inter-generational smorgasbord of musical styles and humourous stories (The ACT Arts Centre, Maple Ridge, Jan. 25)

Alex Zerbe (Frank Venables Theatre, Oliver, BC, Jan. 25) 

Behind the Keys presented by Vancouver Bach Choir (Orpheum Annex, Feb. 15)

Double Double Duo (Frank Venables Theatre, Oliver, BC, Feb. 15)

Symphony at the Annex The Resounding Earth VSO present Five hundred years of spatial music. Including Henry Brant’s On the Nature of Things, world premières of works by Jordan Nobles and Jocelyn Morlock, and music from Antoine Brumel’s Earthquake Mass. (Orpheum Annex, Vancouver, Feb. 23)  

Organic Voices Laudate Singers joins forces with organist Edward Norman to perform a new commission by composer-in-residence Marco Del Rio as well as other works by Canadian and international composers. (West Vancouver United Church, Mar. 2)

Chor Leoni PopCapella Chor Leoni’s performances of pop and jazz standards (Vancouver Playhouse, Mar. 1-3)  

Sleeping Beauty Presented by Dufflebag Theatre (Frank Venables Theatre, Oliver, BC,  Mar. 1)

Horn of Plenty Introducing Oto Carrillo, horn player from the Chicago Symphony, and the return of Jane Coop. Presented by Vetta Chamber Music. (West Point Grey United Church, Vancouver, Mar. 7-8) 

When the Spring is Born presented by Elektra Women's Choir (Shaughnessy Heights United Church, Vancouver, Mar. 9) 

Bernadette Peters With the VSO (Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, Mar. 9)

Symphony at the Annex 2: Loud and Queer VSO celebrates the many, many vibrant voices that make up our queer community. (Orpheum Annex, Vancouver, Mar. 23)

Duo Fortin-Poirier (Frank Venables Theatre, Oliver, BC, Mar. 29)

VSO Spring Festival Music and Power (Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, Apr. 5-13)

I Am in Need of Music presented by Elektra Women's Choir (Shaughnessy Heights United Church, Vancouver, May 4) 

Take 5 Presented by Vetta Chamber Music (West Point Grey United Church, Vancouver, May 9-10)

Axe Capoeira (Frank Venables Theatre, Oliver, BC, May 10) 

Heartbeat Laudate Singers and Guitarist Adrian Verdejo present Romancero Gitano, tango, premieres and more. (Pyatt Hall, Vancouver, May 4, and Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art, North Vancouver, May 11)

Vetta Downtown Presented by Vetta Chamber Music (Pyatt Hall, Vancouver, May 12)

Symphony at the Annex 3: Amoroso VSO presents Jocelyn Morlock’s musical inspirations: Kaija Saariaho, Nikolai Korndorf, and W.A. Mozart, plus two of her own works. (Orpheum Annex, Vancouver, May 18)

Lions Share Chor Leoni's extravagant fundraiser (Queen Elizabeth Theatre Lobby, Vancouver, Jun. 8)

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