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Event Archive - Celebrate Winter Solstice in style: Richard Moody, Corbin Keep, Marilyn Rummel, Cari Burdett

Sat. December 21st 2013 - Sat. December 21st 2013 Sylvan United Church Mill Bay BC (All Ages)
3:00pm - 10:00pm
$5-20
Tickets at: Ten Old Books, Arbutus Ridge, Lila Music Centre, www.joythroughmusic.com
Presented by: Lila Music Centre
Sold out the last two years, this winter solstice concert has become a holiday tradition in the Cowichan Valley.

Join Cari Burdett (voice) and Sara Marreiros (voice) with special guests Richard Moody (violin), Corbin Keep (cello), Marilyn Rummel (harp), Marisa Jackson (dance), Adrian Dolan (multi).

The range of talent in this ensemble cannot be missed. Bringing together ancient traditional a capella songs from around the world, to all time jazz classics, a little gypsy violin, romantic harp, a ribbon of dance inter-woven throughout, the lush sounds of the cello and two beautiful singers - this concert will bring you to your feet.

Come along and enjoy the darkest night of the year in style, community, comfort and joy and let your inner light shine brightly!

SHOWTIMES AND TICKET PRICES:

Matinee Showing: 3:00-4:15 PM
Adults $15 / Children $5

Evening Showing: 7:00-10:00 PM
Adults $20 / Children $5

ONLINE TICKET SALES:
Follow the link under the events tab at http://www.joythroughmusic.com. More information on each artist is also there.

MORE INFORMATION:
Cari Burdett
250-701-0978
joythroughmusic@shaw.ca

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Cari Burdett

Cari Burdett lives through music. She mixes dashing personal energy, passion for community, and love of collaboration into her diverse musical outpourings as a vocalist, producer, teacher and collaborator. Cari has a significant background in operatic and vocal training. She graduated from McGill University and earned her Master’s of Music Per... more info
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