Luminous Voices

Sat April 16, 2022
7:30 pm
Oasis Church (1205 Rogers Way, Kamloops, BC V1S 1R9, Canada)
Arts & Culture, Musical Performance

A concert filled with soaring vocal lines that will lift your spirit and imbue you with peacefulness and serenity. We have waited two years to bring this concert to the stage since its original date of April 2020, and our superb soloists and wonderful chorus are all back to elevate you.

Bruce Dunn, Music Director Emeritus
Magdalena How, soprano
Philip Wing, baritone
KSO Chorus

Maurice Ravel: Pavane pour une infante défunte (arr. Dunn)
Lili Boulanger: Pie Jesu
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Ave Verum Corpus
Gabriel Fauré: Requiem
Gabriel Fauré: Cantique de Jean Racine

The approximate duration of the concert is 75 minutes without intermission

Seating will be general admission by section within the venue. Although audiences of 100% capacity are allowed in accordance with provincial health regulations, as a courtesy to all those in attendance,we will be keeping the capacity limit to 70%. If capacity restrictions change before the concert date, the Kamloops Symphony will communicate any impact to all existing ticket holders.

Please note that the Province of British Columbia requires that all persons age 12 and older attending this performance present proof of vaccination AND valid government-issued photo ID, prior to entry to the venue. For additional information please visit the Province of BC.
Additionally, all persons age 5 and older will be required to wear a mask at all times.


About Oasis Church

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We Believe There’s Always More

The essence of Oasis Church is best described in three words. “There’s Always More”. We are a people of purpose working together on purpose, and we believe there’s always more people we can reach, more lives we can change, more needs we can met, and more ways we can impact our world. We make no apologies for being specifically focused on making our gatherings a place where all people can feel like they belong. We unashamedly believe there is nothing that could ever keep you from experiencing the love of God, and the church should be a safe place for all people, no matter their story to explore that. We believe your past or present doesn’t define you, and whatever life looks like, you are loved by God. Religiosity kills but Jesus brings life and it is our desire for our entire city to know the hope that can be found in Jesus.

We know that it only takes one moment to radically change your life and for you to find purpose and meaning in life.

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