KlaVIERhands launches lunchtime concert series

Wendy Stofer and Jane Edler-Davis perform music for piano four hands

KlaVIERhands, featuring Wendy Stofer and Jane Edler-Davis, will launch Christ Church Cathedral’s Friday lunchtime concert series, beginning Friday (Jan. 16).

Stofer and Edler-Davis will perform music for piano four hands with works by Moritz Moszkowski, Erik Satie, Antonin Dvorak, Johannes Brahms and Arvo Part.

They have both received the B.C. Choral Federation’s Joyce O Maguire Award for long term service as choral accompanists.

Together, they have have performed with the Victoria Choral Society, the Linden Singers, CapriCCio Vocal Ensemble and Ballet Victoria.

The lunchtime series continues on occasional Fridays at 12:15 p.m. through early spring. Admission is by donation.

Christ Church Cathedral is located at 930 Burdett Ave. For more information, please phone 250-383-2714 or go online to christchurchcathedral.bc.ca.


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