Music conservatory hosts open house

Music will echo through the streets of downtown Victoria as part of the Victoria Conservatory of Music's open house on Sept. 12.

Music will echo through the streets of downtown Victoria as part of the Victoria Conservatory of Music’s open house on Sept. 12.

The family-friendly event includes live performances, treats, musical goodie bags, bouncy castles, an instrument petting zoo and a concert by award-winning children’s entertainer Music with Marnie. There will also be a DJ spinning on the Pandora Music Plaza and music by VCM students and faculty.

“We want everyone in the community to experience music in a way that’s meaningful to them,” said Jane Butler McGregor, VCM CEO. “Our open house is an open invitation to everyone to explore how the VCM is relevant to their lives and their dreams.”

The open house takes place on Saturday, Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more info visit vcm.bc.ca.

 

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