The Vancouver Island Symphony catches the essential qualities of the art of music-making.

Let the jolliness begin – Join Vancouver Island Symphony at the Tidemark Theatre

Merriness and magic are on the musical menu for Vancouver Island Symphony’s Home for Christmas with special guests Ken Lavigne and soprano Nadya Blanchette.

This holiday season the Vancouver Island Symphony returns with vocalists Ken Lavigne and Nadya Blanchette for a festive concert featuring great seasonal Classics, from Sinatra to Bocelli, from the Ave Maria to Bing Crosby! Two exquisite performers, a fully-decked orchestra, heartwarming Christmas tales – from our home to yours this Christmas Season.

The Vancouver Island Symphony catches the essential qualities of the art of music-making – to move and be moved, to communicate and be spoken to, to feel and reflect, and relate, and celebrate. Hear the VIS play and pray, hit, hover and hush, sing and soar, vibrate and venerate with live performances offering styles for everyone’s tastes – baroque, classical, romantic, modern, and side trips to the popular and seasonal. Experience the thrill of live symphonic music with the VIS and celebrate music and the people who make it!

Sponsored by the Campbell River Mirror, What’s On Digest and Coast Discovery Inn, the Tidemark Theatre proudly presents, Home for Christmas with the Vancouver Island Symphony at the Tidemark Theatre on December 2, 2018. Tickets are $40 for Members and $45 for Non-Members (+applicable taxes and fees) and can be purchased at the Box Office Tuesday through Thursday between 12pm and 4pm. Tickets are also available online: tidemarktheatre.com OR 287.PINK!

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