Palm Court Light Orchestra takes fond look back

Musical highlights offered from 25 years in Greater Victoria

Mezzo-soprano Sarah Fryer performs tomorrow (Oct. 1) with the Palm Court Light Orchestra in the kickoff concert to its 25th season.

The Palm Court Light Orchestra presents the first concert of its silver jubilee season Saturday (Oct. 1) at the University of Victoria’s Farquhar Auditorium, “Roses of Picardy.”

The night features a grand smorgasbord of Palm Court favourites drawn from the last 25 years and the orchestra’s five commercial CD recordings.

Joining the orchestra for this nostalgic look back is mezzo-soprano Sarah Fryer, who will perform six pieces.

Tickets for this concert and others during the season are available at the UVic Centre box office, or by calling  250-721-8480.

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