Marjorie Cullerne will be performing alongside Dave Klinger at St. Edmund's Church for an afternoon of music.

Piano and violin duos coming to Parksville

There will be an afternoon of piano and violin music at St. Edmund's Church

Two violin and piano duos have joined forces in this concert of music by Beethoven, C. Schumann, Kabalevsky and Haydn Wood.

The first half will be Joanne Cowan and Ann Mendenhall, and the second half will be Dave Klinger and Marjorie Cullerne.

The concert will include piano solos and a Baroque violin sonata.

The show will be May 29 at 2 p.m. at St. Edmund’s Church (407 Wembley Rd., Parksville).

Advance tickets are $12 and can be purchased through or by calling Klinger (250-947-9755) or Marjorie (250-248-9339). Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $15. Children under 12 get in for free.

— submitted by Dave Klinger

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