One of the most famous of Canadian stories, author Roch Carrier’s short story The Hockey Sweater, set to music by Abigail Richardson, revolves around a childhood memory growing up in Québec
Date/Time: Jan 13 2019, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pmVancouver, The Orpheum | Event calendar
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In the heart of Montréal Canadiens territory, a young boy is given, to his horror, a Toronto Maple Leafs jersey. In answering the question “how can I face my friends?” valuable life lessons are learned.
Come early to enjoy an instrument petting zoo hosted by the VSO’s Education department. The Instrument Fair allows kids to touch and play real orchestra instruments in the Orpheum lobby starting at 1pm. All instruments are generously provided by Tom Lee Music.
Kids' Koncerts are concerts for children four to eleven years of age and their families in five fun and educational musical presentations. The Kids’ Koncerts series features the full orchestra and the very best in children’s musical entertainers. An Instrument Fairs begins one hour before each concert in the Orpheum lobby. Children can touch and play real orchestral instruments generously provided by Tom Lee Music.
Please note that all children regardless of age must have a ticket.
Rossini: Excerpts from William Tell Overture
Beethoven: Excerpts from Symphony No. 6 “Pastorale”
Dvořák: Excerpts from New World Symphony, Second Movement - Largo
Holst: The Planets - Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity
Dolores Claman: Hockey Night in Canada
Abigail Richardson: The Hockey Sweater
Doors Open 12:45pm