Violinist Eehjoon Kwon is one of the students from Victoria performing in Campbell River Nov. 13 n a concert put on by the Friends of Music.

Victoria talent to perform

A group of music students from the Victoria Conservatory of Music will be performing at Trinity Presbyterian Church

A talented group of music students from the Victoria Conservatory of Music will be performing at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Campbell River, Nov. 13 at 2:30 pm.

Also featured on the program is award-winning local pianist, Carter Johnson.

The Victoria performers belong to the Collegium Program which is organized by the Conservatory especially for keen and talented teenage musicians.

Ten award-winning students will be travelling to Campbell River to present a varied program of classical music for piano, strings, and guitar, including composers such as Mendelssohn and Chopin.

The Collegium Program is directed by pianist Dr. Jamie Syer, Dean of the Victoria Conservatory, who has visited Campbell River as a performer, master teacher, and adjudicator.

The concert Nov. 13 is presented by the Campbell River “Friends of Music”. Tickets are $15 for Adults, $5 for Students. For tickets please call Shelley at 250-923-7658.

First picture: Eehjoon Kwon (violinist) and Karnsiri Laothamatas (pianist): two of the talented students from Victoria performing in Campbell River Nov. 13.

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