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Event Archive - Love's Old Sweet Song: Palm Court Orchestra, Ken Lavigne

Sat. November 8th 2003 University Centre Farquhar Auditorium (All Ages)
8:00 pm
Love songs have always captured the imagination of composers and audiences. Macushla, Because and a Brown Bird Singing echo the popularity of John McCormick and Webster Booth. The Orchestra complements the evening with Danube Waves (Anniversary Waltz) and selections from Ivor Novello's The Dancing Years.

Single Tickets:
Adult $21.00
Senior $20.00
Student $12.00
Available from:
Long & McQuade (Downtown Victoria)
Ivy's Bookshop (Oak Bay)
Tanners Bookstore (Sidney)
Cowichan Community Centre Box Office
(Duncan) (250) 748-7529

Season Tickets:
Adult $57.00
Senior $54.00
Student $25.00
Available from:
Palm Court Orchestra (250) 748-9964
Cowichan Community Centre Box Office
Duncan (250) 748-7529


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Palm Court Orchestra

The Palm Court Orchestra was founded by conductor Charles Job in 1986 and gave its first concert in April 1987. In the decade since the Palm Court Orchestra, one of the few ensembles in the world dedicated to the performance of light music, has built up a devoted following in Victoria and southern Vancouver Island for its sensitive and affectionate... more info

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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