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Classic Music Concert- UVic School of Music

Sun. April 3rd 2022 St. Andrews Presbyterian Church Victoria BC By Donation

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Classic Music Concert- UVic School of Music

Classic Music Concert- UVic School of Music Strings Students - April 3 ,2022
Event can be attended in person In-Person Event
2:00pm - 3:00pm  Doors at: 2:00pm By Donation

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St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, corner of Broughton and Douglas Streets, is featuring UVIC School of Music Strings Students in SPRING CLASSICAL MUSIC CONCERTS on two Sunday afternoons, April 3rd and May 1st, 2022.
April 3 - features seven violinists accompanied by multiple pianists from the Studio of Ann Elliott Goldschmid, Associate Professor UVIC, First Violinist of the Lafayette Quartet.
• Admission by Donation
• Current BC health protocols in place.
• Accessibility ramp at Broughton Street entrance.
Support from the Victoria Foundation’s Covid Recovery Program and St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.

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St. Andrews Presbyterian Church
924 Douglas
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