Sonrisa set for series finale

Streaming option available for those want to stay home

Sonrisa String Quartet will perform the final concert of Oak Bay Matinee’s first concert season.

Members Shima Takeda and Chloe McConchie (violins), Guyonne Le Louarn (viola), and Joyce Ellwood (cello) will perform works by Dowland, Arriaga, Haydn, and Beethoven. A pre-concert talk for this concert will start at 2 p.m.

Oak Bay Matinee is a monthly concert series, bringing classical music performed by outstanding local and regional performers to the Oak Bay Community. The Oak Bay Matinee Concert Series is presented by the Oak Bay Music Society, a registered non-profit organization.

Tickets ($15/$10) are available at Ivy’s Books, Munro’s Books, at the door and online. For more information go to oakbaymusic.ca

Sonrisa String Quartet play Sunday, June 15 at 2:30 p.m. at Church of St. Mary the Virgin, 1701 Elgin Rd.

If you need to stay home, or fancy a concert in the park, the concert will also be live-streamed.

Listen live on your phone, tablet or computer at: http://oakbaymusic.ca/webcast/

 

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