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Ken Lavigne’s HOME! for Christmas: Ken Lavigne, Vancouver Island Symphony

Mon. December 3rd - Mon. December 3rd Cowichan Performing Arts Centre Duncan BC (All Ages)
7:30 pm doors at 7:00 pm
Presented by: Vancouver Island Symphony
Ken Lavigne’s HOME! for Christmas is about home spun Christmas traditions, drawn from both the season and its music.

Join Vancouver Island’s own favourite tenor, Ken Lavigne, the Vancouver Island Symphony, and special guest, Nadya Blanchette, to help unwrap the holiday season! Join them at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre on December 3.

Let the rich timbre of Ken Lavigne’s voice melt away the icy winter blast and envelope you with the promise of a cozy Christmas. Soprano, Nadya Blanchette, will bring a whole new layer of warmth to the night with her sparkling voice and dynamic presence. The bow on the top of this musical duo is the Vancouver Island Symphony – they bring that extra special holiday magic to the night!

The evening will feature seasonal traditions - including stories - told with humour and love. There will be memories of Christmas’ past and the music that shapes and surrounds it. You will hear songs like: White Christmas, O Holy Night, Angels We Have Heard on High, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, Sleigh Ride and many more pieces that will bring the Christmas spirit to life.

We promise lots of holiday joy! There will be audience participation – carol sing-a-longs and everyone gets to enjoy a Christmas tradition on Vancouver island - the annual indoor snowball fight extravaganza.

Tickets go fast for the Vancouver Island Symphony’s Christmas performance, so purchase your tickets soon at http://www.vancouverislandsymphony.com. Keeping Music Live.

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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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