Announcing The 2022-2023 Chamber Music Schedule
About the VSO Chamber Concert Series
For the first time ever, subscribe to a full season of chamber music and save! Characterized by small ensembles and intimate settings, chamber music demands excellence from each and every performer. The audience and musicians alike are in close conversation, creating an exhilarating experience unlike any other.
This season offers programs ranging from Bach to Buster Keaton, with 2022/23 Distinguished Artist-In-Residence Orli Shaham bringing to you her passion for chamber music in spectacular fashion.
Tickets will be in high demand for this incredible season. Experience your Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and subscribe today.
October 23, 2022
A Tribute to the Cello: In Memory of Suzanne RagueThis concert is presented in loving memory of VSO cellist and champion of the arts Suzanne Rague, featuring string ensembles Porchello and the Maestro’s Trio.
Time: 3 pm
First Presbyterian Church
November 17, 2022
Back to the Movies: The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)The classic tragedy of the Parisian bellringer starring Lon Chaney. With live accompaniment arranged by Rodney Sauer.
Time: 7 pm
December 14, 2022
Orli Shaham Presents: Friends of SchumannFeaturing VSO musicians Stephen Shepherd, Dieter Ratzlaf, Angelika Furtwangler and Igor Shakhman with Orli Shaham.
This concert has been postponed.
January 5, 2023
Back to the Movies: Why Change Your Wife? (1920)The fashionable jazz-age romantic comedy starring Gloria Swanson and directed by Cecil B. DeMille. With live accompaniment arranged by Rodney Sauer.
Time: 7 pm
April 27, 2023
Back to the Movies: Our Hospitality (1923)Comedy legend Buster Keaton’s timelessly hysterical stunt work in a historical tale. With live accompaniment arranged by Rodney Sauer.
Time: 7 pm
Tickets will be sold at kigginstheatre.com.
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