with soprano Suzie LeBlanc
Two forces of Canadian classical music come together for a very special concert in Vancouver. Elektra Women’s Choir is delighted to collaborate for the first time with soprano Suzie LeBlanc in a program of music about music, ranging from Henry Purcell to the world premiere of a work by Vancouver composer and Elektra pianist Stephen Smith. Christos Hatzis’ title work, featured on LeBlanc’s 2014 East Coast Music Awards Classical Recording of the Year, is a setting of a poem by Elizabeth Bishop. Internationally celebrated for her performances of early music, LeBlanc is a creative and curious musician, delving into a rich diversity of styles, cultures, and words. Expect the unexpected as Elektra and LeBlanc share the stage in this intimate and compelling program.
May 4, 2018 • 7:30 pm
Shaughnessy Heights United Church, 1550 West 33rd Avenue, Vancouver
Adult: $40 | Seniors (65 +): $35 | Students with valid ID: $18
Ticket prices include all service charges
Single tickets for this performance will be available on October 1st, 2018.
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