Saved From Oblivion

When people debate whether a contemporary work of art is truly great or not, someone is sure to put off the final assessment into the future by appealing to the test of time. “History will judge.” And so History has … Read More

Imitation and Homage

The Diderot String Quartet will present a program entitled Imitation and Homage at the Matsqui Centennial Auditorium on Saturday, January 12, at 7:30 p.m. The evening will include two well-known string quartets by Haydn and Mozart and an obscure but … Read More

The Diderot String Quartet

The Valley Concert Society is delighted to open 2019 with the outstanding Diderot String Quartet presenting a program of music from the Classical Period on Saturday, January 12 at the Matsqui Centennial Auditorium. The musicians of the Diderot Quartet are … Read More

The Medium is the Message

This was a concert with a message. Cantus carefully crafted a program that examined the twin poles of connectedness and alienation from various angles. And if the message in the songs was not clear enough, the narration guided us to … Read More

Win a Free Subscription!

Now is a great time to get your subscription to the 2018-19 season of the Valley Concert Society. Besides ensuring your seat at six outstanding musical performances, you will have the opportunity to win one additional free subscription if you … Read More

2018 Season Review

I would like to extend a warm word of appreciation to all who were part of the Thirty-fifth Anniversary Season of the Valley Festival Singers. Whether you were a part of our audience, a volunteer who assisted with concerts, a … Read More

Kai Gleusteen – MasterClass

Canadian born violinist, Kai Gleusteen started at the age of five years old in his native city, Calgary. Early on, he met with success in national music competitions in addition to receiving top academic awards. Already at a young age, … Read More

Thomas Pandolfi – Workshop, Concert and MasterClass

The young American pianist THOMAS PANDOLFI is an exciting virtuoso who, with each passing season, is becoming more and more sought after by audiences worldwide, and showered with superlatives by critics for his passionate artistry and amazing technique. His orchestral appearances often … Read More

Memories of Ensemble Caprice

My mind is swirling with memories of our first concert last night. The incredibly agile but utterly musical recorder playing. Ziya emerging from the wings with rattles around his ankle. Sophie echoing Matthias’ melodies from backstage. The nightwatchman entering with … Read More

Volunteering at our Concerts

Hi, Are you interested in volunteering at our concerts? The Valley Concert Society depends on the valuable service of our volunteers. We have had many reliable and helpful people contribute their time and service over the years. You are invited … Read More

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