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Event Archive - Royal Misdemeanours

Fri. March 8th 2002 Alix Goolden Performance Hall (All Ages)
9:30 pm
The tumultuous Renaissance experienced through song and story! Tales of Shakespeare and works by important composers of that era expose love and corruption in the courts of Europe.


Elizabeth MacIsaac, soprano
Christine Prince, Renaissance violin
Martin Bonham, Viola da gamba
Douglas Hensley, lutes
Clayton Jevne, actor
Tickets: $12 Adults / $10 Students, Seniors, and Victoria Conservatory of Music Members

Available at A&B Sound, Munro's Books, Ward Music (Long & McQuade), the Conservatory, and the door.

Twilight Dinner Special: Subscribers to the full 4-concert series receive a 10% discount at Moxie's Grill, #1 - 1010 Yates Street, Victoria (just a short walk from the performance) when dining before the concert. Simply present your Series pass.

Final Concert in the Series
April 19: Aurora Borealis

Bring a Teen: If you are an adult who would like to treat your favourite teenager to the concert experience, we'd like to give you a free ticket for a concert in the Spectrum series.

At the time you purchase a regular price single ticket, you may request one free ticket to bring a teenager to the concert. Tickets for this special program are available only for individual concerts in the Spectrum Series and must be obtained in advance at the Victoria Conservatory of Music (not at outlets, and not at the door). Phone the Conservatory at 386-5311 or drop by 907 Pandora Avenue to obtain your Bring a Teen ticket.

The number of free teen tickets is limited to 50 for each concert.
The Bring a Teen program is an initiative of La Scena Musicale Magazine, which encourages arts groups across Canada to bring teens into the concert halls and theatres of this country.


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