he Kootenay Gallery TD Canada Trust Sunday Coffee Concert Series presents the Looking Glass Duo with Lucie Jones

A little Baroque and plenty in between

The Kootenay Gallery TD Canada Trust Sunday Coffee Concert Series presents the Looking Glass Duo with Lucie Jones, flute and Gianetta Baril, harp on October 16 at 1:30 p.m. at the Castlegar United Church.

CASTLEGAR — The Kootenay Gallery TD Canada Trust Sunday Coffee Concert Series presents the Looking Glass Duo with Lucie Jones, flute and Gianetta Baril, harp on October 16 at 1:30 p.m. at the Castlegar United Church.

The Calgary-based duo was formed in 2009 by Baril and Jones as a result of shared passion for the versatility and accessibility of the chamber music form.

Recognizing the wide palette of musical colours and images offered by the combination for harp and flute, Gianetta and Lucie were eager to explore compositions ranging from the Baroque era through to contemporary works.

After 25 years of professional and solo careers, they now bring their enthusiasm for chamber music together in Looking Glass Duo, presenting high quality performances in both traditional and no-traditional venues.

For more information call 250-365-3337 or head to kootenaygallery.com.

 

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