Piano duo coming to Parksville

Dagmar Kilian and Frederic Voorn will be playing at St. Edmund's Anglican Church

Old friends will reunite and perform together again at St. Edmunds Anglican Church.

Frederic Voorn and Dagmar Kilian will present  exciting selections from the piano repertoire.

Voorn is visiting from Amsterdam where he works as a pianist, composer, conductor as well as making programs for Dutch radio.

Kilian is originally from Duncan. She completed her Bachelor of Music at the University of Victoria and then moved to the Netherlands for post-graduate studies.

Both pianists have a Masters in Piano Performance from the Utrecht Conservatory in the Netherlands.

The program includes duets and solos by Haydn, Debussy, Gershwin and Chopin.

The concert takes place Sunday, May 15 at 2 p.m. at St Edmunds Anglican Church (407 Wembley Rd., Parksville).

Tickets ate $15 at the door.

— submitted by Dagmar Kilian

 

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