Featuring The PALS Chorus and Sound Eclectic.
Explore feature exhibitions and enjoy live music performed in our scenic Joyce Walley Room. Two of Vancouver’s dynamic choirs share an evening of singing and engagement by sunset.
Series curated by Dominique Hogan.
Date: Thursday, May 30, 2019
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
Admission: Pay What You Can at the door ($10+ suggested donation).
First come, first served seating arrangement. Cash bar on site.
Come early, enjoy more! The concert starts at 6:00pm but Pay What You Can admission at MOV starts at 5:00pm.
Your admission includes access to all of MOV's exhibitions including our feature exhibitions, There is Truth Here: Creativity and Resilience in Children’s Art from Indian Residential and Day Schools; Wild Things: The Power of Nature In Our Lives and Haida Now: A Visual Feast Of Innovation And Tradition. Haida Now features an unparalleled collection of Haida art boasting more than 450 works created as early as 1890.
The PALS Chorus is Vancouver’s most dynamic 55+ choir. PALS Chorus perform a variety of music including classic rock, R&B, swing, and the contemporary hits your grandchildren will love. The Pals Chorus is a powerful example of the importance of music to promote a youthful and energetic life, or, as their members like to say, “We are hip – not just the hip replacement!” Website.
Sound Eclectic is a 20 voice, dynamic vocal ensemble of men and women of all ages. As their name suggests, Sound Eclectic’s repertoire is varied and includes classical, jazz, contemporary pop and world music. In addition to their annual concert performed at a variety of charity and corporate engagements throughout the year, recent performance highlights include concerts with Shari Ulrich, Jane Mortifee and “This is Me” with Amanda Wood for the annual Forest of Hope Gala. Website.