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Event Archive - Palm Court Orchestra's Tea Party: Palm Court Orchestra, Shae Apland

Sun. May 28th 2006 @  T. Gil Bunch Centre, Brentwood College, Mill Bay (All Ages)
2:30 PM
$8 - $23
Tickets at: UVic Centre Box Office, T. Gil Bunch Box Office, at the door
The Tea Party
Shae Apland, baritone
Charles Job, conductor

With a little imagination this afternoon of beautiful music will transport you to a more genteel time. Our annual Tea Party season finale features Nanaimo’s own Shae Apland via New York, performing Oh What a Beautiful Morning, My Ain Folk and Without a Song, plus selections from Richard Rodger’s Flower Drum Song. Afternoon Tea, included in concert price, is enjoyed during intermission.

2:30 pm Sunday May 21
T. Gil Bunch Centre, Brentwood College, Mill Bay
2:30 pm Sunday May 28
UVic Centre, Victoria


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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
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