22 Dec 2017
December 22, 2017

Mahler Symphony No. 8 on February 17

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From the opening rumble of the organ to the final triumphant cries of the trumpets, Mahler’s 8th Symphony is a work of monumental grandeur and passion. Yet its theme is intimate and universal – the idea that love conquers all. Often dubbed the “Symphony of a Thousand,” due to the massive forces involved, our performance will feature over 300 performers on stage at the Orpheum Theatre, with a fantastic cast of local singers. Join us for this once in a lifetime experience. Presented in Latin and German with English surtitles.

Tickets start at $20. Available at www.vancouverbachchoir.com.

“Light the light of our senses, pour love into our hearts.”

Leslie Dala | Conductor of the West Coast Symphony

Vancouver Bach Choir and Children’s Chorus

Featuring

Robyn Driedger-Klassen | Soprano Melanie Krueger | Soprano Sarah Templeton | Soprano

Emma Parkinson | Mezzo soprano Leah Giselle Field | Mezzo soprano

Martin Sadd | Tenor Kevin Armstrong | Baritone Peter Monaghan | Bass-baritone

Mahler Symphony No. 8 Social Media information

Website – http://www.vancouverbachchoir.com/events/mahler-symphony-no-8/

Direct Ticket URL (goes straight to our box office, bypasses the VBC website-

http://bit.ly/2AE0DHD

Facebook-

www.facebook.com/vancouverbachchoir

Facebook event-

https://www.facebook.com/events/369092236841080/

Instagram- @vanbachfamily

Twitter- @VanBachChoir

YouTube-

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoSC6TrulIIEyglInm4oGRA

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