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Victoria musicians Emily Nagelbach (flute), Tatiana Kostour (violin) and Doug Hensley (guitar) are going to perform a program of exquisite music by W.A. Mozart and his lesser known contemporaries Ferdinando Carulli, Filippo Gragnani, and Joseph Kreutzer. Also on the program is “Les Folklores imaginaire” by the prolific French composer Jacques Bondon.

Emily Nagelbach (flute) – Tatiana Kostour (violin) – Douglas Hensley (guitar)

Sunday November 8, 2015
Concert starts at 2:30 pm
Venue: St. Mary’s Anglican Church

Program

  • Trio, Op. 9/3 by Fernando Carulli (1770-1841)
  • Trio, op. 13 by Filippo Gragnani (1767-1812)
  • Serenade by W.A. Mozart (1756-1791)

short intermission

  • Les Folklores imaginaire, 2e suite by Jacques Bondon (1927-2008)
  • Trio, op. 9/3 by Joseph Kreutzer (1778-1832)

Tickets at the door

General Admission: $25
Tickets: Seniors, Artists, Underemployed: $20
Students: $10
Age 21 and under: Free with ticket holder

Advance Tickets

General Admission: $20
Seniors, Artists, Underemployed: $15
Students: $10
Age 21 and under: Free with ticket holder

Advance tickets available online (Eventbrite) and at Ivy's Books (2188 Oak Bay Ave)

Concert Venue & Parking

This concert takes place at Church of St. Mary the Virgin (1701 Elgin Rd, Oak Bay), which has its own parking lot, and there is ample free parking on surrounding streets.

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Church of St. Mary the Virgin

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Church of St. Mary the Virgin 48.427954, -123.319063

Live Stream

This concert will be streamed live via our Live Webcast page.

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