Date(s) - May 4, 2019
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Kerrisdale Presbyterian Church
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Concert featuring KPC musical talent on Saturday, May 4 at 2pm. This is an opportunity to invite family and friends to join you in the KPC pews and meet some of your church family. Admission by donation and all proceeds go to PWS&D. A reception will follow the concert. For more information, please contact Don or Heather Min.
Program for the Kerrisdale Presbyterian Church Spring Concert
Saturday, May 4, 2 PM
2733 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver
By donation. All proceeds going to Presbyterian World Service & Development, the development and relief agency of The Presbyterian Church in Canada. A reception in the church lounge will follow the concert.
Bernard Duerksen Organ
Bernard graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Master of Music (M.Mus.) degree. He is a faculty member of the VSO School of Music, where he has been teaching and adjudicating for 35 years. Bernard also studied in London with Peter Katin and Peter-Paul Koprowski. He has performed solo, chamber, and concert work, including a collaboration with Glen Harder of Schubert’s Die Winterreise at the 1993 International Schubert Conference. Some of the pieces that Bernard will be playing include:
· Prelude and Fugue in C Major by Bach
· Prelude from God’s time is best by Henderson/J.S. Bach
Haesuh Heather Min Soprano
Heather graduated from Seoul National University with a BMus degree and studied at the Vancouver Academy of Music with Phyllis Mailing. Some of the pieces that Heather will be singing include:
· Ombra mai fu by G. F. Handel
· The Lord’s Prayer by A. Malotte
Heather will be accompanied by Haruyo Shikano Abramson and Kelly Nobles.
Kelly Nobles Soprano and piano
Kelly has provided music leadership at West Point Grey Presbyterian Church and Kerrisdale Presbyterian Church. Some of the pieces that Kelly will be singing include:
· Three songs op. 45 by Samuel Barber
Kelly will be accompanied by Haruyo Shikano Abramson, former Music Director at West Vancouver Presbyterian Church.
Rachel Wei Piano
Rachel has been studying violin, piano, and flute since she was 5 years old, and has won many competitions including the 2017 Canadian Music Competition and the 2019 Waring International Piano Competition in Palm Springs. Some of the pieces that Rachel will be playing include:
· Jeux Deau by Ravel
· Nocturne in C # Minor by Chopin