Culture Days at CMC

The Canadian Music Centre BC is participating in the Canada wide Culture Days.
We are hosting a number of events at the BC Creative Hub (our performance space) @ 837 Davie St (between Howe and Hornby). Vancouver BC
CMC BC Open House on Friday September 30th, 2011 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm;
A Weekend Score Reading Club on Saturday October 1st, 2011 from 10:00am to 12:00pm; and
from 1:00pm to 3:30pm on Saturday October 1st, 2011 a Panel discussion with the Composers and Choreographers participating in the upcoming 10x10x10 show (on October 12-15 at the Dance Centre)
Please see the attached releases for more information or check out our blog at www.bccreativehub.comor Facebook: BC Creative Hub.

Culture Days:

WHEN: October 1st, 2011, from 10am to 12pm
837 Davie Street, Vancouver, BC
FREE for all to attend!

A Special Weekend Edition of the Score Reading Club for Culture Days 2011!
As usual, the Score Reading Club is FREE to attend, and this meeting will feature
FOUR distinguished presenters.
Discover gems you may not know, hear something new, and engage in dialogue
about the works.
Composer Jennifer Butler will present a classic Canadian work, R. Murray
And Wolf Shall Inherit the Moon. Composer Michael Conway Baker
will present Swiss composer Frank Martin’s Petite Symphonie Concertante, a
wonderful work for the unusual combination of piano, harpsichord, harp and string
orchestra. Also featured will be two works to be presented by the Vancouver Inter-
Cultural Orchestra (VICO) and Orchestra Armonia at their October 16th concert.
VICO Co-Artistic Directors Mark Armanini and Moshe Denburg will present
Baban Variations by Lan Tung, and Mark Armanini’s Night Bird Singing.
At the SRC, we collectively look at scores, listen to the music and discuss the
works. Please note that no music-reading skills are necessary to enjoy the
session. Everyone is welcome!

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