Canadian violinist Natasha Hall is back in Canada, and she’ll be coming to Qualicum Beach to play love songs alongside Victoria pianist Yoomi Kim. — Submitted by Dave Klinger

Violinist back in Canada with love songs

Hall teams up with Victoria pianist for concert at St. Mark’s

Coming up is a rare opportunity to hear a spectacular Canadian violinist.

Currently living in London, England, Natasha Hall is a very busy freelance player who performs in many different settings, including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the English Chamber Ensemble.

But she’ll be back in Canada, and playing at St. Mark’s Anglican Church in Qualicum Beach Saturday, June 17.

To be accompanied by conductor and pianist Yoomi Kim from Victoria, the concert will focus on love.

You will hear songs by composers from the Romantic era, from the young Strauss’ violin sonata written when he was in love with his future wife, to the charm and elegance of Mozart’s Rondo for violin and piano.

The performance is scheduled for Saturday, June 17, at St. Mark’s Anglican Church, with the concert starting at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. They are available from St. Mark’s church (call 250-752-5414) or through

— Submitted by Dave Klinger

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