Sunday afternoon classical music concert in downtown Courtenay

St. John the Divine Anglican Church (579-5th St., Courtenay) is pleased to present “Music for a Sunday Afternoon” on March 1 at 2 p.m., featuring Dagmar Kilian, Tracy Canil and Peter Walker. This concert is light classical in nature with a few more robust pieces thrown into the mix. It is also an opportunity to showcase the church’s newly acquired grand piano.

Kilian is well known in the Comox Valley as a music teacher and accompanist for Rainbow Theatre and other endeavours.

Canil has been involved in many community productions in the Valley over the last 20 years.

Walker’s Alberta pedigree is outstanding, with regular CBC performances and a showcase evening with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.

Pieces for your enjoyment include Brahms, Bartok, Liszt, Rachmaninoff and Shostakovich, along with delightful pieces for flute and piano. Admission by donation.   Proceeds to the church  ministries.


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