20211204

Sunday, 16 January 2022 at 3:00 pm

 The Vancouver Cello Quartet

Cristian Markos,  Luke Kim,  Kevin Park,  &  Lee Duckles

This concert will be held in St. John the Divine Anglican Church at River Road/Laity Street

Finally... the first of our concerts after almost two years. 

For Covid safety reasons we will sell only 50 tickets to enable some space between seats.  We also require proof of a double vaccination, and masks are mandatory. 

A limited number of tickets is still available. Please consider joining us for this festive afternoon. And keep it in mind as a meaningful Christmas gift for a friend. 

You can order by phone at 604-467-3162. Then please send a cheque for $35 per ticket or $60 for both concerts (Vancouver Cello Quartet on January 16 and The Canada Piano Trio on March 6) to: 

Maple Ridge Music Society, 23575 - 124 Ave., Maple Ridge B.C. V2X 4K3

We are looking forward to resume our chamber music programs and are excited to welcome you back. 



20211018

Sunday, October 17th, 2021

This Sunday afternoon, a small invited group of music lovers enjoyed an intimate concert given at Westacres by the Alouette Baroque Ensemble: Anthony Morgan (recorders), Agneta Eikelenboom (cello), Josine Eikelenboom (recorder) and Michèle Desponts (harpsichord and recorders).  

The musicians treated the audience to a rich selection of music stretching from the sixteenth century to the present. They played music by Arrandell, Hotteterre, von Preussen, J.S. Bach, Maute and Sieg. 

20211003

The concerts are coming back !!!

Sunday, January 16 - Vancouver Cello Quartet 

St. John the Divine Anglican Church, 21299 River Road


Sunday, March 6 - The Canada Piano Trio 
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 12145 Laity Street.


Tickets: $35 for one or $65 for both concerts.
Send cheque to: Maple Ridge Music Society
23575 - 124 Ave, Maple Ridge B.C. V2X 4K3
NOTE: currently only 50 people are allowed in the churches.


20210816

ONETOOTRIO AND FRIENDS - PROGRAM

Benjamin Britten         Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury
William Byrd         Earl of Oxford’s March 
Anton Reicha         Three Trios from Op. 82
Francis Poulenc         Sonata for Horn, Trumpet, and Trombone
Archangelo Corelli         Sonata No. 1 Op. 3  
Malcolm Arnold         Three Shanties
David Sampson         “Reflection” from Duncan Trio
J. S. Bach         My Spirit Be Joyful
Traditional         Just a Closer Walk with Thee

20210802

ONETOOTRIO AND FRIENDS


The open air evening concert in the field of Westacres on July 23rd was a success: the music was beautiful, the weather couldn't have been more cooperative... it was a pleasant and mind-nourishing evening.

We are happy to announce another outside concert in the field, on Saturday AUGUST 21st at 6.45 pm with the Vancouver brass group ONETOOTRIO and Friends

Katherine Evans - trumpet
Vince Vohradsky - trumpet
Valerie Whitney - horn
Jeremy Berkman - trombone
Peder Maclellan - tuba

Admission $30. For reservation call Josine at 604 467-3162
Bring your own lawn chair. Refreshments after the concert

20210708

CASCADIA REED QUINTET -- PROGRAM

 

Marea Chernoff, oboe and english horn
Christopher Lee, clarinet
Colin MacDonald, soprano and alto saxophone
Olivia Martin, bassoon
AK Coope, bass clarinet

Jean-Philippe Rameau            “La Poule”

Bill Douglas                             “Folk Song” 

David Lang                              “breathless”

Matthew Welch                        “Shapeshifter Dialogues”

George Gershwin                    “An American in Paris”

Mariano Mores                        “Cuartito Azul”

20210621

CASCADES REED QUINTET

Dear friends of Westacres Music:

It has been a long time since we were able to present a concert at Westacres. Last summer we enjoyed an outside hour of music in July. Good news: another concert in the field is scheduled for FRIDAY JULY 23, at 7.30 pm. 

Following the safety rules, we can accommodate 45 listeners ( + 5 musicians makes the allowed 50 people). Please reserve your tickets at $30 each, as soon as possible, by replying to this e-mail or by phoning 604-467-3162. 

Bring your own lawn chair and if it is sunny, which we of course hope for, bring an umbrella for shade. Like last year, there will be no intermission and the concert will last around 1 hour.