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Event Archive - Generations of Canadian Music 2017: BC Composers: Christopher Butterfield (featured composer), Sylvia Rickard (featured composer), Remy Siu (featured composer), Cathy Fern Lewis (performer), Rudolf Komorous (featured composer), Maria Wang (performer), Jocelyn Morlock (featured composer), Kimberley Manerikar (performer), Maria Eduarda Mendes Martins (featured composer), Josh Layne (performer), Alex Jang (featured composer), Hollas Longton (performer)

Sat. November 18th 2017 - Sat. November 18th 2017 St. Mary's Anglican Church (All Ages)
7:00 PM doors at 6:30 PM
at the door only.
Presented by: Maria Eduarda Mendes Martins, Alex Jang, Victoria Composers Collective, Oak Bay Music concert series

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Music: Classical Cultural / Heritage:
The Oak Bay Music, Victoria Composers Collective and especial guests are launching a new concert to celebrate diverse generations of Canadian classical music.

As part of a broader performance which aims to reach music from each province of the country, this November 2017 concert will feature composers who are born or resident in British Columbia, including pieces by Rudolf Komorous, Sylvia Rickard, Christopher Butterfield, Jocelyn Morlock, and emerging composers from Victoria and Vancouver.

Generations of Canadian Music 2017: BC Composers will happen on November 18th 2017 at St. Mary’s Anglican Church, as part of Oak Bay Music concert series, and will feature Cathy Fern Lewis, Kimberley Manerikar, Maria Wang, Josh Layne, Maria Eduarda Mendes Martins and Hollas Longton as performers of such wonderfully intriguing pieces!

Come celebrate Canadian classical music throughout the 20th and 21st centuries with us!

$ 20.00 general
$ 15.00 advance
$ 10.00 students/seniors


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Christopher Butterfield

Christopher Butterfield studied composition with Rudolf Komorous at the University of Victoria (B.Mus. 1975) and with Bulent Arel at the State University of New York at Stony Brook (M.A. 1977). He lived in Toronto between 1977 and 1992, where he was active as a performance artist, rock guitar player, and composer. In 1979/1980 he taught in the grad... more info

Josh Layne (Harp)

Harpist Josh Layne (1977-) offers an unforgettable and exciting concert in recital, school and community settings. Josh's intensity and focus, as well as his incredible technique and outstanding musicianship, make his playing something not to be missed. more info