Classical Cabaret with Van DJANGO

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Classical Cabaret with Van DJANGO


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“All that Jazz” with Van DJANGO
Van Django – Gypsy Jazz featuring:

Cameron Wilson – violin
Richmond Delta Youth Symphony Orchestra
Stephen Robb – conductor

Intermezzi Strings
James Malmberg – conductor
Chamber Music Players, directed by 
Jonathan Der

Our eighteenth annual Classical Cabaret will feature Vancouver’s own Van Django – featuring the Gypsy Jazz violin sounds of Cam Wilson and Budge Schattke on guitar. Come hear the sounds of the Hot Club of  France portrayed with new and original works in the style of Django Reinhartd with brand new orchestrations and arrangements by Cameron Wilson, Budge Schatke and Stephen Robb.

Saturday November 16th, 2013

Cocktails at 6pm, Dinner at 7pm

The Harris Barn,
4140 Arthur Drive, Delta BC

dinner ~ music ~ silent auction

Tickets – Adults $70 – child* $35
Purchase Early and Save:  Purchase before Nov. 2 – Adult – $60, Child* – $30
*child ticket is for age 13 and under.

All Tickets include dinner!

Buy tickets at Evenbrite.ca

Van Django is an acoustic string ensemble made up of four of Canada’s most talented and eclectic musicians; violinist Cameron Wilson, guitarist Budge Schachte, guitarist/cellist Finn Manniche and bassist Brent Gubbels.
Van Django’s music is punchy, driving and rhythmically inventive, combining a wealth of musical influences while maintaining their roots in the gypsy jazz made famous by the 1930’s Quintet of the Hot Club of France.
Since the group’s formation in 1998, they have toured extensively in Canada as well as international forays to the USA, Europe and China.

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Stephen is the Music Director here at the RIchmond Delta Youth Orchestra, and also the Music Director of the Delta Community Music School. Conductor, Composer, performer.

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