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 Upcoming February Concerts




Love is in the air and the place to be this Valentine’s Day is at The University Women’s Club of Vancouver! Treat yourself and a loved one to an intimate evening concert at Hycroft with classical guitar virtuosos, Louise Southwood and Stanton C. Jack followed by a delectable 3-course dinner. This performance is the first of a three-part candlelight concert series presented by the Vancouver Chamber Players in support of the Hycroft Heritage Preservation Foundation. Tickets include a pre-show glass of champagne, canapés, concert, and 3-course dinner.


ERATO Ensemble presents POP ART!

– Erato crosses the line and crosses over in their own unique way. POP ART presents Graphic scores by Cathy Berberian, Peter Maxwell Davies, David Storen and Jason Noble projected so you can join in. The audience is even invited to “compose” some graphic scores of your own for instant interpretation by Erato members! Also on the program are folk song settings by Gustav Hoyer and Ali Esfahani, and the world premiere of Stefan Hintersteininger’s arrangements of songs by 50’s cult singer-songwriter Connie Converse.

Tickets are $30 at the door, $20 in advance. Buy early and save!

Dorothea Hayley, Melanie Adams, Will George – voice
Michael Park – piano
Jeff Pelletier – flute
Julie Begg – clarinet
Larisa Lebeda – violin
Stefan Hintersteininger – cello
Stanton Jack – guitar

Upcoming December Concerts




Roedde House Classical Series Presents:  Lyrichord

On December 10, join us for a concert with William George, tenor and Stanton Jack, guitar. With music inspired by the poetry of such luminaries as Rumi, Rilke, and Shakespeare by composers from Vancouver and all points on the map, Lyrichord presents a well-traveled program which will surely please every musical palate.

Sunday, December 10th, 4:00 PM
Tickets: $15 adults / $12 students & seniors
Roedde House Museum
1415 Barclay St
Vancouver BC V6G 1J6



Winter Concert 
–  Celebrate the winter season with Louise Southwood and Stanton Jack, a new generation of classical guitarists who combine technical excellence with musical sensitivity.
Tickets $20 (#2117642) register here
Sun, Dec 3, 1:00-2:30pm




Vertical Orchestra 2017: 21st Century Guitars

Vancouver Public Library Promenade
350 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC

November 7, 2017
Afternoon Show 1:00 pm
Evening Show 10:15 pm
Facebook event page

Presented as part of ISCM World New Music Days 2017 in Vancouver, Canada.

Redshift Music Society is creating another of their famous Vertical Orchestra events; this time it’s electric! Vertical Orchestra 2017: 21st Century Guitars, is a dynamic spatial event which features an army of electric guitarists and bass guitarists performing in the atrium of the downtown branch of the Vancouver Public Library (350 West Georgia).

21st Century Guitars continues the tradition of Redshift’s Vertical Orchestra events in the Vancouver Public Library: musicians are dispersed throughout the gallery’s seven levels (including the “moat” below the library main entrance), performing site-specific music written by Canadian composers.

Critically praised as “immensely enjoyable and equally unusual concert experience” (Georgia Straight), Vertical Orchestra events have been featured as part of the 2008, 2009, and 2010 Cultural Olympiads, enjoying capacity crowds and serving as a vital means of connecting Canadian music with thousands of people who would not otherwise seek out a concert of classical music. 21st Century Guitars announces Redshift’s return to the VPL atrium after a six year hiatus.

A team of seven award-winning Canadian composers will create new compositions for multiple guitar ensemble for this unique concert event. The composers are Tim Brady, James Beckwith Maxwell, Lisa Cay Miller, Jordan Nobles, Benton Roark, Alfredo Santa Ana, and Rita Ueda.

Presented as part of ISCM World New Music Days 2017.




Erato Ensemble

Saturday, July 8th 2017 8pm

The Orpheum Annex 823 Seymour Street

Admission by Donation at the door

Erato Ensemble celebrates 10 seasons of music-making with a concert of Homegrown compositions composed and premiered by Erato since 2007!

Since its inception in 2006, Erato Ensemble has premiered over 75 new works, most by Vancouver-based composers. On July 8 they will celebrate this city’s diverse and exceptional talent by revisiting some of their favourite works composed specially for them.

In addition to the encore performances, Erato will premiere a brand new work by Michael Park. The Knitting Club involves not only the entire ensemble, but the audience as well! Listeners are invited to bring their knitting and join in the celebration as the piece unfolds. There will also be an opportunity to purchase items knitted by Erato’s own avid knitting musicians! Don’t know how to knit? Come early for a pre-show knitting lesson!

Homegrown also serves as a fundraiser for Erato’s 2017-18 season. Tickets will be by donation at the door. Help us put the FUN in fundraiser – pay what you can and party with us as we celebrate our anniversary and honour Vancouver’s talented composers and musicians. If you want to be sure to get a seat, you may donate online at the link below (suggested donation $20). Drinks will be available at the cash bar.

For more information contact 604 720 1792

Christopher Kovarik – Love & Other Absurdities
Stefan Hintersteininger – In Paris With You; Raglan Road
Bruce Sled – Songs & Ayres
Catherine Laub – Bacchus On His Ass; Sonnet To Orpheus III
Matthew Emery – Walk Safely Over Soft Places
Alvaro Rojas – Arctic Rhododendrons
Adam Hill – Oilblood
William George – Canadiana Suite
Michael Park – The Knitting Club (World Premiere)

Dorothea Hayley, soprano
Catherine Laub, soprano
Melanie Adams, mezzo soprano
Will George, tenor
Vaughn Chauvin, baritone
Michael Park, piano
Jeff Pelletier, flute
Julie Begg, clarinet
Lauris Davis, oboe & english horn
Julia Nolan, saxophone
Stanton Jack, guitar
Larisa Lebeda, violin
Alexandra Sia, cello
Stefan Hintersteininger, cello
Katie Rife, percussion
Kevin Zakresky, conductor
Rita Attrot, piano










Erato: The Living Ocean

Saturday, November 26, 2016
8:00pm 9:00pm
Orpheum Annex
823 Seymour Street Vancouver, BC

Canada is a maritime nation, with the longest coastline in the world bordering three oceans. Each day that we are alive, we literally live and breathe the ocean. It doesn’t matter where you live or what you do. If you are presently alive on the planet Earth, your life is inextricably intertwined with the ocean.

That’s why Living Oceans Society is working to ensure a healthy ocean by protecting the four pillars of ocean ecosystems: habitat, biodiversity, food webs, and water quality.

Erato is proud to partner with Living Oceans Society on this program of music inspired by the Sea.


Edward Elgar: Sea Pictures

Gabriel Faure: L’horizon chimerique

Clifford Ford: Halifax, 6 December, 1917

Edward MacDowell: The Sea

Marga Richter: Serenade for Guitar and Piano

plus World Premieres by

Glenn Sutherland & Sue Hughson

and William George


Dorothea Hayley, soprano

Melanie Adams, mezzo-soprano

Will George, tenor

Vaughn Chauvin, baritone

Jeff Pelletier, flute

Julie Begg, clarinet

Stanton Jack, guitar

Stefan Hintersteininger, cello

Michael Park, piano




Champagne and a Show!

featuring works by Celso Machado, Manuel Ponce and Maximo Pujol

Tuesday, July 26th- 730pm

Hycroft Manor 1489 McRae Ave.




Erato Ensemble presents: BAM! Music for voices and percussion.
Saturday, May 28 at 8:00 pm

The Orpheum Annex


John Cage – The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs

George Crumb – The Ghosts of Alhambra

William George – Moon Chants

Janice Giteck – Callin’ Home Coyote

Adam Hill – Orpheus Unplugged (World Premiere)

Alfredo Santa Ana – I Should Bring Them Water

Russell Wallace – TBA (World Premiere)





Saturday 8pm January 30th 2016
The Orpheum Annex 823 Seymour St.
Contemporary Classical & Minimalism for Voices, String Quartet, Guitar and Double Bass


Max Richter – On The Nature of Daylight
Kevin Beavers – A Wandlebury Ring
Lou Warde – Songs from Geometrics
Stefan Hintersteininger – After the Fact (World Premiere)
Vladimir Martynov – The Beatitudes
Michael Nyman – Two Songs from Anne Frank
Ben Yarmolinsky – Nathan Songs



Concerts in Care
Menno Hospital Chapel 1030am
January 5th 2016




LA Music For Voices
Friday November 27th 8pm
The Orpheum Annex 823 Seymour St.



June 13th 2015

Bocherrinni String Quintette No.4

featuring Stanton C. Jack, guitar

Renaissance Room, Coquitlam B.C.




May 2nd 2015

Bocherrinni String Quintette No. 4

featuring Stanton C. Jack, guitar

Place de Arts, Coquitlam B.C.

7pm free concert




Full Long Nights Moon – New Music for flute and guitar

March 29th 2015

St. Andrews Wesley Chapel


Tickets $10 at door

online @


February 5th 2015

Douglas College
Arts at One
Faculty Recital
Dowland, Villa-Lobos, and new works for guitar and voice.


October 2014

October 8, 3pm. Duo Trovador. Bradley Centre, Chilliwack, BC.

Concerts in Care, Health Arts Society

October 8, 1:30pm. Duo Trovador. Heritage Village Sardis. Chilliwack, BC.

Concerts in Care, Health Arts Society

October 8, 10:30am. Duo Trovador. Cottage and Worthington Pavillion, Abbotsford, BC.

Concerts in Care, Health Arts Society

October 7, 1:15pm. Duo Trovador. The Residence in Mission. Mission, BC.

Concerts in Care, Health Arts Society

October 7, 10:30am. Duo Trovador. Menno Hospital, Abbotsford BC.

Concerts in Care, Health Arts Society

October 6, 2:30pm. Duo Trovador. Brock Fahrni Pavillion, Vancouver General Hospital.



June 22st, 2014 130pm

Stanton C. Jack, guitar & St. Andrews Wesley Choir.

Romancero Gitano by Castelnuovo Tedesco

a guitar and choir piece based on the Cante Jondo

poems of Federico Garcia Lorca.

St. Andrews Wesley United Church, Burrard & Nelson.

Tickets:, or call (604) 683 4574


March 7th, 2014 12pm

Susan Lee-flute, & Stanton C. Jack, guitar

Histoire du Tango and other Latin American works

Capilano University, 2055 Purcell Way. North Vancouver.




January 12th, 2014 330pm

Heather Beaty- flute, Elisa Thorn- harp, & Stanton C. Jack, guitar

collaborate to perform an excellent selection of 20th century music.

Cates Hill Chapel, 661 Carter Road, Bowen Island.



September 15th, 2013 330pm

Duo Trovador performing Histoire du Tango

Beaty Residence, Bowen Island


September 12th, 2013 1pm

Duo Romantico performing music of South America

Arts at One, Douglas College                                                                                                                                                                                          New Westminster Campus


April 21st, 2013 7pm
An Evening of Guitar
featuring Adrian Verdejo, Stanton  C. Jack, and Mason Razavi.
Hodson Manor  1254 W.7th Avenue Vancouver, BC


Oct.13th, 2012 7pm

Duo Romantico
An evening of flute and guitar duets  featuring music from Latin America. Original works and arrangements by Piazzolla, Machado, Montana, and many more.
St. Andrew’s Wesley United Church 1012 Nelson Street, Vancouver BC


Stanton C. Jack’s School of Guitar presents an afternoon recital with music performed by his student ensembles, guitar and flute duets by Duo Romantico, and solo works from his new CD.

Cambrian Hall 215 East 17th Avenue Vancouver V5V 1A6

Tickets $10

For tickets please call 778-868-9020 or purchase at the door.


July 8th 2012 pm

Stanton C. Jack and Shannon Rowe in collaboration with Culture Babes present, Duo Romantico. 20th Century music from Spain, Colombia, Brazil, and Mexico.

For more info please visit