Concerts and Events

2018-19  Season



All Concert are at 7:30 pm at the Church of St John the Divine,
1611 Quadra St, Victoria

Ticket information for individual performances is here.

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Bach and Beyond
Friday, September 14 – 7:30pm

Bach’s Double Violin Concerto starring the virtuosic Meyers sisters, and a selection of varied musical delights by Baroque Masters.

Johann Sebastian Bach: Concerto for two violins in D minor BWV 1043
Chloe & Christi Meyers, violin

Johann Bernhard Bach: Overture Suite in G minor

Georg Philipp Telemann: Concerto for four violins in G major TWV40:201

Antonio Vivaldi: Quartet in C major RV801

Georg Muffat:  Sonata for strings in G major from Armonico Tributo


Chloe Myers
violin and Leader
Mieka Michaux
Soile Stratkauskas
Christi Meyers
Martin Bonham
Katrina Russell
Elyssa Lefurgey-Smith
Natalie Mackie
Christina Hutten
Paul Luchkow
violin & viola

Friday, November 2 - 7:30pm
Bach in Recital

Soile Stratkauskas, flute; Christopher Bagan, harpsichord
An intimate recital of sonatas by Bach and his contemporaries, with one of Toronto’s most sought-after harpsichordists.
Saturday, December 22 - 8pm
A Festive Baroque Christmas

Presented by the Early Music Society of the Islands

Victoria Baroque with Jeanne Lamon, violin & direction; Rebecca Genge, soprano; Christina Mahler, cello; Kris Kwapis, trumpet

Venue: St Andrew's Presbyterian Church,
680 Courtney Street, Victoria
Ticket info:
Friday, January 11 - 7:30pm
Joy, Passion, Metamorphosis

Steven Devine, director and harpsichord (UK)
The highly acclaimed Steven Devine returns to direct Victoria Baroque
in Handel’s dramatic cantata ‘Apollo e Daphne’ and Concerti Grossi.
Sunday, April 7 - 7:30pm
Music of the Heart and Soul

with St John's Chamber Singers
Transcendent sacred music from Lubeck and Leipzig by Schelle, Kuhnau, Bach and Buxtehude.
Friday, May 17 - 7:30pm
Mozart for May

Andrew Clark, horn
A celebration of chamber works of the Classical Era, including Mozart’s Legendary Horn Quintet

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