A Celebration of Art Song

Sunday afternoon (Oct. 11) concert features soprano Anne Grimm and tenor Benjamin Butterfield, with concert pianist Sarah Hagen

Soprano Anne Grimm and tenor Benjamin Butterfield will perform an afternoon recital this Sunday (Oct. 11), at St. Mary’s Anglican Church, accompanied by acclaimed concert pianist Sarah Hagen.

The internationally renowned Grimm has appeared with some of the world’s most highly regarded companies, and recorded regularly with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra.

Grimm’s husband, the Victoria-raised Butterfield is equally at home in the opera and concert repertoire, having performed with companies from New York to Taiwan.

Hagen has been heard in concert halls and on the airwaves throughout North America and Europe.

Tickets for Sunday’s “Celebration of Art Song,” featuring music by Beethoven, Bernstein, Britten, Weill and Gurney, are $25/$20, available at the door. Visit oakbaymusic.ca for more details.


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