Violinist Guy Braunstein in a photo posted to wikimedia.org.

MUSIC

‘Along the Danube’ concert for VSO in Surrey on Friday night

Violinist Guy Braunstein is the guest performer at ‘Surrey Nights’ series date

Violinist Guy Braunstein will be in the spotlight during Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s season-opening concert at Surrey’s Bell Performing Arts Centre on Friday night (Oct. 11).

The music of composers Strauss, Schubert, Brahms and Bartók will be performed during the “Along the Danube” concert of “European folk music with orchestral storytelling.”

Globetrotting Viennese conductor Sascha Goetzel leads the VSO in “charming musical tales from the Vienna Woods,” according to a media release.

CLICK HERE to read Braunstein’s bio on vancouversymphony.ca, and CLICK HERE for tickets to the concert.

“Along the Danube” is part of the 2019-2020 Surrey Nights series and is also playing at the Orpheum on Saturday, Oct. 12.

The Surrey concert will include a prelude concert at 7 p.m. featuring the VSO School of Music (SoM) Honour Jazz Combo, comprised of students from Semiahmoo Secondary, the North Shore and Vancouver school districts, and Grade 11 Höing Scholarship recipients Johannes Lee Meyer and Josh Vandenbroek.



tom.zillich@surreynowleader.com

Like us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram and follow Tom on Twitter

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Two dead in COVID-19 outbreak at Delta Hospital

Total of 10 patients and four staff in one unit have tested positive for COVID-19: Fraser Health

Virtual challenge to benefit Delta-based guide dogs charity

Funds raised to help BC Alberta Guide Dogs provide people with free guide dogs, autism and PTSD service dogs

PHOTOS: Shots fired in Cloverdale Thursday night

Police say nobody was hurt after shooting at 19000-block of 64 Avenue

Wind warning for White Rock, South Surrey

Gusts up to 90 km/h expected from Richmond to Langley Friday (Sept. 25) morning

PHOTOS: Another Fleetwood BIA grant cleanup ‘great for business and security’

Cleanup creates makes area at 152nd Street and Fraser Highway “neater and more inviting”

B.C.’s top doctor thanks supporters after revealing threats over COVID-19 measures

Dr. Bonnie Henry says COVID-19 has caused some people to lash out in anger and frustration out of fear

PHOTOS: 2nd calf in a month confirmed among Southern Resident killer whale pod

Center for Whale Research said they will eagerly await to observe the calf to evaluate its health

B.C. VOTES 2020: Speculation tax misses speculators, B.C. Liberals say

Andrew Wilkinson, John Horgan clash over housing costs, solutions

97 distressed horses, cats and dogs seized from farm in Princeton

RCMP assisted as BC SPCA executed search warrant

Join Black Press Media and Do Some Good

Pay it Forward program supports local businesses in their community giving

NDP, Greens divided on pace of child care improvements in B.C. election campaign

NDP Leader John Horgan recommitted to $10-a-day child care and blamed the Greens for not supporting his efforts

BC Liberal Leader talks drug addiction in the Lower Mainland

Drug addiction and public safety a top priority says Andrew Wilkinson

Pandemic derails CP Holiday Train

Canadian Pacific will work to get donations to food banks while also producing an online music concert

Vanderhoof’s Brian Frenkel takes on top job in tough times

We can get through this, new local government leader says

Most Read