Called into action on short notice as a replacement for the Chemainus Classical Concerts series performance Sunday, from left, are: flautist Ceci Diemecke; violinist Pablo Diemecke and cellist Larry Skaggs, principal cellist of the Victoria Symphony for 35 years. (Photo by Don Bodger)

The show must go on

Trio fills in for scheduled performers at Chemainus Classical Concerts

SHORT NOTICE SPECIALISTS

This trio saved the day Sunday for the Chemainus Classical Concerts. Trio d’Argento was supposed to play at the St. Michael’s Church concert, but got delayed due to the Highway 4 closure between Tofino and Port Alberni. Fortunately, alternate arrangements were made at the last minute to prevent the concert from being cancelled. Super substitutes, from left, included: renowned cellist Larry Skaggs (principal cellist of the Victoria Symphony for 35 years); violinist Pablo Diemecke; and flautist Ceci Diemecke. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Called into action on short notice as a replacement for the Chemainus Classical Concerts series performance Sunday, from left, are: flautist Ceci Diemecke; violinist Pablo Diemecke and cellist Larry Skaggs, principal cellist of the Victoria Symphony for 35 years. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Don Bodger

The Courier

Trio fills in for scheduled performers at Chemainus Classical Concerts

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