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The Okanagan Symphony, soloists and 105-strong choir played Handel's Messiah to a sold-out Vernon Performing Arts Centre.
The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra scored a major triumph at Sunday’s opening of its 2016/17 season.
University of Pretoria Youth Choir and Edmonton's Kokopelli created a rainbowed feast of united energy, rhythm and song.
The North Okanagan Community Concert audience was treated to an evening of unadulterated excellence by the Wolak Donnelly Duo Sunday.
Sergei Saratovsky delivers afternoon of bliss on the North Okanagan Community Concert Association’s soon-to-be retired 1887 Steinway piano.
Review of the North Okanagan Community Concert presentation of Christine Tassan et les Imposteures.
Borealis String Quartet gives world premiere of Imant Raminsh's Quartet No 3 to thunderous applause and a standing ovation.
Elektra Women's Choir closed the North Okanagan Community Concert Association’s season with professional polish and aplomb.
Elizabeth and Marcel Bergmann give the North Okanagan Community Concert Association’s penultimate concert of the 2014/15 season.
The Joe Trio not only carried out its mandate to “unstuff” the classics; it kicked the stuffing clean out of them.
Les Violons du Roy awed Tuesday’s North Okanagan Community Concert Association’s gala audience.
A common spirit connects three French Canadian musical musketeers known on their six CDs as the Montréal Guitare Trio.
Vancouver-based acoustic string quartet Van Django breathed fire into gypsy jazz
Parker was joined by Vernon’s teenage prodigy, Colleen Venables
Christie Reside and Terence Dawson impressed North Okanagan Community Concert-goers at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre Friday.
North Okanagan Community Concert Association celebrates its 60-year anniversary with a sparkling performance by The Gryphon Trio.
Clarinet virtuoso François Houle and pianist Jane Hayes bring a rhapsodic close to the North Okanagan Community Concert Association season.
Thursday’s Okanagan Symphony concert, aptly entitled Kaleidoscope, met expectations.
Russian pianist Sergei Saratovsky brings a spectacular performance in the St. Patrick's Day concert sponsored by the NOCCA
Audiences are still buzzing about weekend concerts by the Montréal Guitar Trio and Okanagan Symphony featuring guitarist Daniel Bolshoy.