Classical pianist Sarah Hagenis playing a daytime concert in Comox, Oct. 11. Facebook/Sarah Hagen photo

Classical pianist Sarah Hagen offering daytime concert in Comox

Pianist Sarah Hagen returns to the Comox Valley to perform a program of cozy and familiar works by Scarlatti, Chopin, and Brahms, all perfectly suited for an autumn morning.

A highlight of the recital will be Mozart’s glorious Sonata in B-flat major, k. 333, composed in the fall of 1783.

The 75-minute concert takes place on Friday morning, Oct. 11 at 10:30 a.m. at Comox United Church.

Tickets are $24 and can be purchased online at or reserved by calling416-454-2363.

Born and raised in the Comox Valley, Hagen has been awarded as Artist of the Year by both Ontario Contact (2017) and the BC Touring Council (2015) and has performed twice at Carnegie Hall.

As described by The Guardian (Charlottetown): “…the level of passion that Hagen possesses – when it comes to experiencing, interpreting and expressing art – is something quite extraordinary. It does seem to be this deep level of artistic understanding, and ability to communicate on this level – either through words or through artistic expression – that truly sets her apart as a pianist and musical artist. ”

For more information, visit or email Comox United Church is located at 250 Beach Drive in Comox.

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