Music in the Atrium

8:00 PM, March 10, 2017

@ Vancity Theatre

Join us for classical music, tea and cakes.

Performance by the Vandelé Trio:

  • Louise Lee - violin
  • Zoë Robertson - violin
  • Bryan Deans - cello

They will play:

  • Bartók - Romanian Folk Dances; Dirge; 44 Duets for Two Violins
  • Tchaikovsky - “Sleeping Beauty” Waltz
  • Prokofiev - Classical Symphony - Gavotte & Larghetto
  • Rachmaninov - Piano Concerto No.2 - Theme from 1st movement & Theme from 3rd movement; Piano Concerto No.3 - Theme from 1st movement
  • Ravel - Ma Mere L’Oye
  • Respighi - Ancient Airs and Dances
  • Stravinsky - Pulcinella
  • Elgar - Nimrod, Salut D’Amour, Pomp and Circumstance March No.1
  • Debussy - Clair de Lune; La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin; Reverie
  • de Falla - Ritual Fire Dance
  • Grieg - Waltz

and more...

Formed in Summer 2015 through a serendipitous reading of Vancouver composer Chris Sivak’s new string piece, “Patrick Stewart Bakes a Cake”, the Vandelé Trio have performed in public and private concerts and functions, including a special concert at the Carnegie Community Centre for Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside Community as part of the “Musically Yours” concert series with violist Genevieve MacKay, and at weddings and parties.
Zoë, Louise, and Bryan are active members of the Vancouver music community, playing regularly with ensembles that include the West Coast Symphony Orchestra, the Lions Gate Sinfonia, and the Plastic Acid Orchestra, and also perform as solo artists in intimate concerts in the Lower Mainland area. Our goal is to share our love of music with others through fun and inspiring performances, and to fulfill your musical needs through the joy and power of live music!

Admission is FREE for those with a ticket to Shorts Block Three: Rhythms and Cycles (3:00pm), Shorts Block Four: Family Ties (5:30pm), or Deuteronomy 24:16 and Anishoara (9:30pm).