Contest! Vancouver Pro Musica Sonic Boom Music Festival 2014


Vancouver Pro Musica Sonic Boom Music Festival 2014

Vancouver is abuzz with vibrant, contemporary, classical music, and the Sonic Boom Festival is alive with it. March 26-30th, two acoustically beautiful venues on Seymour Street will find themselves surrounded by the sounds of British Columbia’s vibrant, contemporary, classical (New Music) scene as part of Vancouver Pro Musica’s yearly music festival, Sonic Boom.

Sonic Boom 2014 showcases the new, compositional works of some of British Columbia`s most interesting composers, being performed by some of the best musicians of the Lower Mainland. This 5 day, musical event is comprised of four evening concerts supplemented by workshops, lectures/panel discussions, and a Student Composers’ Master Class. This year, the festival features the Erato Ensemble, Heidi Krutzen and John Oliver, as well as an eclectic mix of other new, small ensembles.

March 26: 7:30pm: Panel discussion with experts on cutting-edge topics such as computer-generated music, mixed media performance, and electroacoustic works; featuring composer and guitarist John Oliver Venue: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s School of Music’s Pyatt Hall (843 Seymour Street, Vancouver).
March 27: 7:30pm: Concert of musical works by British Columbia Composers performed by the Art-Song Chamber ensemble the Erato Ensemble Venue: Orpheum Annex (823 Seymour Street, Vancouver).
March 28: 7:30pm: Concert of musical works by British Columbia composers performed by Harpist Heidi Kreutzen Venue: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s School of Music’s Pyatt Hall (843 Seymour Street, Vancouver).
March 29: 7:30pm: Concert of musical works by British Columbia composers performed by a variety of mixed small ensembles. Venue: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s School of Music’s Pyatt Hall (843 Seymour Street, Vancouver).
March 30: 10:00am: Student Composer Master Class; featuring Julia Nolan, saxophone, and Chris Morano, piano, facilitated by Composer and guitarist John Oliver. Venue: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s School of Music’s Lou Henley Classroom (843 Seymour Street, Vancouver).
March 30: 7:30pm: Concert of musical works by British Columbia composers performed by a variety of mixed small ensembles. Venue: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s School of Music’s Pyatt Hall (843 Seymour Street, Vancouver).

Tickets: http://sonicboom2014.brownpapertickets.com
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s School of Music (843 Seymour Street, Vancouver).
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/80ytm
Orpheum Annex (823 Seymour Street, Vancouver).
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/9ptff
Website: www.vancouverpromusica.ca

Contest!

We’re giving away one pair of tickets to any night of the festival!

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James Chung

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5 Responses

  1. Nova says:

    This is a going to be a great festival!

  2. Dave says:

    Pick me! I’d love to see this show.

  3. Robyn says:

    Yay! Posting for contested tickets!

  4. Samantha Reeves says:

    Sounds neat!

  5. Greg says:

    Pretty stoked about Erato Ensemble @ Sonic Boom. Would go to every show if I could :)

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