Lower Mainland musicians featured in upcoming Chapel, Court and Countryside concert

Trinity Western University’s department of music presents the third concert in the Chapel, Court and Countryside Series, featuring Lower Mainland musicians Larry Krantz, flute, Sandra Friesen, piano, and guest artist Tim Olsen, guitar. The musicians will perform a program of 19th century French and Spanish music. Included will be an art show in the foyer and a reception following.

Date: Sunday, February 4

Time: 2:30 p.m.

Place: Calvin B. Hanson Chapel, Trinity Western University, 7600 Glover Road, Langley

Admission: By donation

Biographies: Sandra Friesen has been active throughout the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland as a musician, instructor, adjudicator and concert administrator. A semi-finalist in the 1995 Eckhardt-Grammattae National Competition, Friesen developed a strong appreciation for 20th century and contemporary music. She continues to focus her concert career on Canadian piano music, and teaches at Kwantlen University College in Langley, Trinity Western University and her studio in Abbotsford.

Larry Krantz is internationally recognized for his musical expertise in flutes. He has instructed at the Dennis Jackson Studio, the Calgary Conservatory, the University of Lethbridge, Medicine Hat College and the Central Valley Academy of Music. He also served as conductor and musical director for the Medicine Hat Symphony and conductor for the Abbotsford Concert Band. Krantz has been an active performer in the Lower Mainland, appearing at the Performer’s Choice Series at the Vancouver Art Gallery and as a featured soloist with the Fraser Valley Symphony.

Tim Olsen is a well-known guitarist throughout Canada and the United States. He has played with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and a variety of recording artists, and has developed a unique style and ability to play classical, jazz, fingerstyle, blues and rock music. Olsen instructs guitar at Trinity Western University and at Columbia Bible College in Abbotsford.

For more information: Contact Ron Moir, (604) 535-0656

Last Updated: 2012-08-21
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