Oak Bay Matinée returns for an encore season

Violin and guitar duo Tatiana Kostour and Douglas Hensley will perform the opening concert of Oak Bay Matinée’s second season

Violin and guitar duo Tatiana Kostour and Douglas Hensley will perform the opening concert of Oak Bay Matinée’s second season on Sunday, Oct. 5, at 2:30 p.m. at St. Mary the Virgin Anglican Church, 1701 Elgin Rd.

Kostour and Hensley will play music by a variety of composers such as Rebay, Satie and Paganini. Also on the program is music by Ukrainian composers Ishchenko and Khutoriansky, and a work for violin and oud by Douglas Hensley.

Oak Bay Matinée is a monthly concert series, bringing classical music performed by outstanding local, regional and national performers to the Oak Bay Community. The Oak Bay Matinée 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

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