Phil’s Harmonics think spring in Alberni

Phil’s Harmonics String Orchestra presents their Spring Concert “Reflections of Music,” this Sunday, April 7.

Phil’s Harmonics String Orchestra under the direction of Philip Wallbank present their Spring Concert “Reflections of Music,” this Sunday, April 7.

This concert has a wide variety of music which will appeal to all ages.

The first half of the program features violinist Robert Growcott performing a Violin Concerto by Viotti.

The second half of the program will have two guests joining the orchestra: Graham Villette on drums and Steven Steinbach on stand-up bass.

These two young men will add excitement to the tunes Hawaii Five-O, Star Trek, and some from the Beatles.

The concert takes place Sunday, April 7th at 2:30 p.m. at the Alberni Valley United Church, 3747 Church St. Tickets are $10 at the door.

For more information, please call Bonnie at 250-724-2998.

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