Shari Ulrich plays the Belfry

Multi-instrumentalist, Shari Ulrich is making her return to the Belfry Theatre stage, Thurs. July 28, accompanied by her daughter, Julia Graff and Julia's McGill classmate, Nanaimo's Ted Littlemore.

  • Jul. 27, 2011 7:00 p.m.

Multi-instrumentalist, Shari Ulrich is playing the Belfry Theatre, Thursday, July 28 with her daughter, Julia Graff.

Multi-instrumentalist, Shari Ulrich is making her return to the Belfry Theatre stage, Thurs. July 28, accompanied by her daughter, Julia Graff and Julia’s McGill classmate, Nanaimo’s Ted Littlemore.

While Ulrich plays violin, piano, guitar, mandolin, and dulcimer, her daughter plays violin, piano, guitar, accordion and will provide vocals.

Ulrich was a member of the Pied Pumkin, The Hometown Band, Ulrich Henderson Forbes,  and performs with Barney Bentall & Tom Taylor, and the High Bar Gang.

Tickets are $25 from the Belfry Box Office, 250-382-6815 or www.belfry.bc.ca/tickets. M

 

 

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