Chamber orchestra marks two decades

The Victoria Chamber Orchestra celebrates its 20th anniversary on April 18 with a special concert

The Victoria Chamber Orchestra celebrates its 20th anniversary on April 18 with a special concert.

Music director Yariv Aloni will present the final concert of the season.

Winner of the 2015 Louis Sherman Competition, Andrew Montgomery will play Violin Concerto in D by Hoffmeister. Other works include Symphony No. 85 by Haydn and Serenade for Strings by Tchaikovsky.

The concert takes place at First Metropolitan Church, 932 Balmoral Rd., starting at 8 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online at victoriachamberorchestra.org or in advance at Long & McQuade in Victoria or Ivy’s Bookshop and La Tavola in Oak Bay.

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