Dunbar String Quartet

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Lynn Valley Main Library - District Library Gallery

Dunbar String Quartet – Lynn Valley Library

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June 14

7 pm

Come and enjoy an evening of music featuring the Dunbar String Quartet. They will be performing the string quartet music of Mozart, Beethoven and Dvorak.

Free. Registration required. Call 604-984-0286 Ext. 8144 to register.

MICHAEL ANDERSON (violin) grew up in the Kootenays, where he started violin studies at the age of five. After moving to Vancouver as a young man, he studied with Kenneth Yunke for fifteen years. He is presently a member of the North Shore Chamber Orchestra.

PAULA BURGERJON (violin) is a lawyer and mother of two teenage boys. Paula spends her free time playing chamber music. She also plays in the North Shore Chamber Orchestra and is a student of Angela Cavadas.

BRUCE IRSCHICK (viola) is a native of southern Ontario and his studies include a Bachelor of Music from the University of Windsor. Bruce has held positions with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, the Oshawa Symphony, and the Thunder Bay Symphony. Bruce is now a member of the West Coast Symphony and the North Shore Chamber Orchestra.

MARC KAISER (cello) was raised in North Vancouver and began studying the cello at the age of eleven. He attended both the University of British Columbia and the University of Western Ontario. Marc is Principal Cellist with the North Shore Chamber Orchestra and the Ambleside Orchestra.

Venue: Lynn Valley Main Library – District Library Gallery

Artists: Michael Anderson (violin), Paula Burgerjon (violin), Bruce Irschick (viola), Mark Kaiser (cello)

Ticket Price: FREE – registration requiured

Contact: Kate Grossman

Address: 1277 Lynn Valley Rd

North Vancouver

grossmank@nvdpl.ca

www.nvdpl.ca/

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