VMO Newsletter: August 2011

Season 2011-12 Opens on September 11, 2011 with the VMO 9th Annual Chamber Orchestra Concert

The Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra will open its 2011-2012 Season with its 9th Orchestra Fall Concert. The opening concert of this season will feature Maestro Ken Hsieh with Vancouver’s rising soprano, Shannon Chan-Kent and rising violinist, Esther Hwang. Shannon will be performing great works by Mozart and Verdi and Esther will be performing great pieces by Beethoven and Saint-saens. The Orchestra will also perform works by Mozart, Haydn, Mendelssohn as well as a brand new commission work by Composer-in-residence Alain Maynard.

September 11, 2011 2:00pm
Michael J. Fox Theatre
$25 General Admission

Information: 604.876.9397 or info@vmocanada.com

Tickets are now available at:

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  • Tom Lee Music (Richmond) – 150-3631 No. 3 Rd., Richmond
  • Stage One Academy: 170-5731 Minoru Blvd., Richmond
  • Midtown Business Center: 2416 Main St., Vancouver
  • Online ticket reservation: tickets@vmocanada.com
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This is why the VMO, a non-profit registered organization, must rely on support from our patrons, sponsors and other funding sources to support the work our young talented musicians produce on our stages. Your support of the VMO is critical to our current and future success, and we kindly as you to consider Becoming a Friend. Your tax-deductible contribution of any amount will help ensure our ability to excite, engage, and stimulate our audiences now and in the future.

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Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra
239-2416 Main street
Vancouver, BC
Canada V5T 3E2

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