Chamber music series continues tonight in Tsawwassen

The Vancouver Chamber Music Society (VCMS) returns to the South Delta Baptist Church tonight for the second performance of its new Delta Series.

Tonight’s (Friday) concert introduces four acclaimed soloists and chamber artists from Vancouver and New York for the romantic masterpieces written by Dvorak and Brahms, as well as a trio written by the Canadian composer Kelly-Marie Murphy. The concert is set for 7:30 p.m.

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The outstanding pianist Sergei Saratovsky is joining the VSO's assistant principal cellist Zoltan Rozsnyai as well as the associate principal violist Emilie Grimes. The ensemble is in full force with the award-winning Canadian violinist from New York, Byungchan Lee, for the evening's finale playing the celebrated piano quartet in G minor with its "Rondo Alla Zingarese (Gypsy Rondo)" by Johannes Brahms.

Single tickets are on sale, and subscriptions for all the remaining series concerts are available until Nov. 22 from or call 778-847-3890.

The new series was launched back in September 2019 to deliver quality chamber music performances to the audiences in Delta.

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