Oak Bay Rotary presents Music from Spain

Pablo Diemecke, one of the world’s extraordinary virtuoso violinists will perform with The DieMahler String Quartet

Pablo Diemecke, one of the world’s extraordinary virtuoso violinists will perform with The DieMahler String Quartet March 24 at 2:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s the Virgin church, 1701 Elgin Road.

This concert will feature additional guest artists and is sponsored by the Oak Bay Rotary Club, who are donating some of the proceeds for a literacy project.

Tickets, $25, are available at the door or from McPherson Box Office, Cadboro Bay Books, or Ivy’s Book Store.

 

 

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