Chemainus Classical Concerts artistic director Ann Mendenhall has announced another impressive lineup of shows for 2018-19.

Chemainus Classical Concerts unveils 2018-19 lineup

Another fabulous array of shows on the agenda for music lovers

Chemainus Classical Concerts has unveiled another classic lineup of shows for the 2018-19 season.

The one show remaining on the 2017-18 calendar has been changed from June 3 to Sunday, June 10, since the scheduled performer is unavailable due to an injury. Instead, a group of young musicians will present a We Are The Music Makers special.

The group includes: Bryn Posey, Megan Holt, Noah Mellemstrand, Sadie Wood, Jizelle Balae, Westholme’s Francesca Pacchiano, Madeleine Thomson and Mateo Moody. The show starts at 2 p.m. June 10 at St. Michael’s Church in Chemainus.

After a summer hiatus, the nine-show series of monthly concerts for 2018-19 begins with The Golden Age of Piano Oct. 21, featuring May Ling Kwok.

Transcendental Etudes: The Soul of the Study brings Steinway artist Shoko Inoue to town for a performance at the Chemainus United Church on Nov. 18.

A Celebration In Song Dec. 16, also at the Chemainus United Church, will put everyone in the holiday spirit with the Concenti and Cowichan Valley Youth Choirs, directed by Sheila Johnson.

The shows in 2019 include: Exploring German Composers with Philip Manning on violin and Robert Holliston on piano Jan. 13; Winter Sonatas with William Feasley on guitar Feb. 10; Fantasy and Reminiscence with pianist Elias-Axel Pettersson March 10; Trios of Europe with the West Coast Chamber Players April 7; A Springtime Winter’s Journey May 5 with soprano Dorothea Hayley and Alejandro Ochoa on piano; and A Walk Through Paris with four of Victoria’s most highly-esteemed chamber musicians June 2.

Season tickets for 2018-19 are available for $144 per person.

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