Turning Point Ensemble celebrates Vancouver 125 with soprano Heather Pawsey and Orchid Ensemble

This looks like a fun event… as well as educational and musical.  Some of my favorite Vancouver musicians are Heather
Pawsey, as well as the Orchid Ensemble with Jonathan Bernard and Lan Tung.  Heather has been a repeat featured performer at Gung Haggis Fat Choy dinners since 2004.  Lan Tung performed at the 2010 Gung Haggis Fat Choy dinner with her jazz fusion group Birds of Paradox.

Turning Point Ensemble Celebrates Vancouver’s 125

Vancouver Snapshots 125

September 10 & 11 2011

Special Events at the Roundhouse and

Dr.  Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Consider
the snapshot: a casual after image of a fleeting moment in the recent
past. In time it can become an embarrassment (did we really wear those
close? that hairstyle?). Then, after generations, it becomes a relic, a
potent (and poignant) piece of social history and a powerful reminder of
who we were is always a part of who we are.

Join Turning Point Ensemble with special guests soprano Heather
Pawsey, the Orchid Ensemble and musical historian as we celebrate
Vancouver’s 125 with an album of “sonic snapshots” of Vancouver’s
musical traditions – an intermingling of the east and west of the past
125 years.  For more information click on Vancouver Snapshots 125 or download our poster!

Vancouver Snapshots 125 Poster

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