Concert, Workshop & Show this SATURDAY

THIS SATURDAY ~ See the end of the Fundy Views exhibit, take a Watercolour Workshop or hear a Concert at the gallery!

THIS SATURDAY ~ See the end of the Fundy Views exhibit, take a Watercolour Workshop or hear a Concert at the gallery!

Don’t miss this watercolour workshop with Twila Robar-DeCoste: a day-long workshop painting these fast disappearing icons of the rural landscape; appropriate for all skill levels.

Oct 27 Saturday 10:00-2:30 pm only $75 +tax per person.
30 min lunch break – bring your own. Limited space.
No drop-ins,
Pre-registration required by calling: 902-843-9464

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Derek Charke (flutes) and Eugene Cormier (guitar) formed the Charke~Cormier Duo several years ago culminating in a debut recital at the KC Irving Centre in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. This sonorous union of flute and guitar continues to charm audiences across the Maritimes. Their repertoire includes many of the most important works for this pairing of instruments, and creates a sonic journey for audiences from the street corners of Argentina to the halls of Europe, as well as introducing fresh new works created today.
They are amazing! Hear them here:

Eugene Cormier s an award-winning classical guitarist, a dedicated educator and an avid computer programmer. Eugene lives in Wolfville,Nova Scotia where he is currently a full-time instructor of classical guitar, music technology, theory and rock history at Acadia University. A frequent adjudicator at music competitions such as The Montreal International Guitar Competition and the Canadian National Music Festival, Eugene is in demand as a solo performer, chamber musician, accompanist and studio musician.

Derek Charke is a JUNO and ECMA award-winning composer and flutist. Derek has a growing catalogue of high-profile commissions and performances, including several by Canada’s major symphony orchestras, as well as an impressive list of other performers and organizations. Derek is currently a professor of composition at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, he is co-director of the Acadia New Music Society, and he continues to actively perform as a soloist and new music improviser on the flute. His Kitchen Party CD with percussionist Mark Adam won the 2015 East Coast Music Award for Classical Recording of the Year.

Saturday, Oct 27 at 7:00 pm $15 per person at the door
Doors open at 6:30 pm, limited seating.
100% of proceeds go to the performers.


Visual Voice is located at 128 King St, Truro, NS