Maestra details magic behind the baton

Tania Miller, maestra of the Victoria Symphony Orchestra guest of the Canadian Club

Tania Miller, maestra of the Victoria Symphony Orchestra, will take members of the Canadian Club on a musical journey at their monthly luncheon on Sept. 16.

Miller has inspired many new innovations with the Victoria Symphony and a new era of artistic growth for the orchestra.

New programming innovations include the Explorations Series, the New Music Festival, and the ongoing community collaborative series including the Emily Carr Project, the Chinatown Celebration and Victoria and the Sea.

Miller was named music director in 2002.

The Canadian Club luncheon will be held at he Coast Harbourside Hotel, 146 Kingston St., beginning at 11:45 a.m. Cost is $25 for members and $30 for non-members.

For more details about the Canadian Club of Victoria and the speakers series, please go online to



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