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Songs & Dances

All or some of this event takes place online

Songs & Dances

Fri January 15, 2021  to Sat February 13, 2021
$15 Individuals, $25 Household Pass
Arts & Culture


The Kamloops Symphony presents Songs & Dances, a vibrant concert experience of folk tunes & moving melodies. This performance features sweeping, lush music by Canadian composers Marjan Mozetich, John Burge, and Bill Douglas along with stirring works by Hungarian composers Leó Weiner and Béla Bartók. We are thrilled to feature our principal flute and oboe players Heather Beaty and Marea Chernoff as soloists as well.

The concert will be available to view online starting at 7:30 pm on Friday, January 15, and will remain accessible until Saturday, February 13.
Pending the safe reopening of movie theatres as per health regulations, the Kamloops Symphony is also hoping to have in-person film screenings on Sunday, February 7 at 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm in the Paramount Theatre.


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