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Event Archive - 3 Knights with a Tenor: Ken Lavigne

Sat. May 12th 2018 @  Chemainus United Church Chemainus BC (All Ages)
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Adult: $30 Child: $20
More Info: Helen and Jamie Stephen - jhstephen@shaw.ca - 2502463592


Featuring the music of: Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sir Elton John & Sir Paul McCartney Vancouver Island’s own internationally acclaimed tenor Ken Lavigne has just returned from a whirl wind tour in China and is now presenting a new concert just in time for Mother’s Day!


This concert features signature selections from three towering Knights of songwriting from the UK. Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sir Elton John and Sir Paul McCartney. Come and join Ken for the Knight while he Sir-ves up some sterling British ballads to Duel for your heart.


Biography Ken Lavigne is a highly acclaimed tenor who has charmed his way into the hearts of concert goers across North America with his sincere delivery of ballads, show tunes and classical crossover hits. It's easy to see why one New York critic described him as having "a voice of liquid gold" He has had the privilege of performing on many world stages from Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai to San Francisco and not to mention New York’s Carnegie Hall. He has worked with famed L.A. producer David Foster, performed for His Royal Highness Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth II. He continues to tour extensively sharing his music and telling his story to the delight of audiences everywhere.

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Ken Lavigne

Ken was born and raised in Victoria and has attended the University of Victoria and the Victoria Conservatory of Music. He has recently returned from Tulsa where he has performed for his second season with Light Opera of Oklahoma. Prior to that he performed the winning song "Sempre Vicino" in the Tipperary International Song of Peace Contest in Ire... more info
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