The Vancouver Chamber Music Society is returning to Delta with a full series of five live concerts after a long COVID-19 break since February 2020.
Its first season in 2019/20 was incredibly well-received, with more than 180 season subscribers and 250 attendees per concert.
The upcoming 2021/22 season meets the high bar requested by the Delta audiences with a season lineup saturated by internationally acclaimed artists.
Victor Julien-Laferrière and Jonas Vitaud opens the season, followed by Kallaci String Trio, New Orford String Quartet, and Jinjoo Cho.
This world-class series will come to a close with one of the world's most sought-after Grammy award-winning violinists, James Ehnes, with his league's leading artists, cellist Bion Tsang, and pianist Adam Nieman.
What to look out for – coming to the South Delta Baptist Church on Tuesday, Oct. 5, is Julien-Laferrière and Vitaud.
In 2017, Julien-Laferrière became the first prize winner of the Queen Elisabeth Competition. It is the highest honour and recognition an emerging soloist can ever achieve in their career.
This cello and piano duo's Canadian debut was presented in 2019 through the Vancouver Chamber Music Society on the North Shore series in West Vancouver. Their performance was considered by many the best performance they have ever attended. The Vancouver Chamber Music Society is thrilled to bring them to the eager Delta community.
Explore the complete 2021/22 season at: www.vancouverchambermusic.com/delta.