TD Canada Trust Sunday Concert Series coming to a close

Catch violinist Pablo Diemecke and more on March 1

The final concert in the TD Canada Trust Sunday concert series being held at the Kootenay Gallery will feature the Die Mahler String Quartet.

Known for his remarkable tonal beauty and sizzling virtuosity, Grammy nominated violinist Pablo Diemecke joins forces with esteemed musicians Larry Skaggs, Liz Massi and Martine denBok to form an eccentric, eclectic and passionate quartet with a sound that will leave you spell bound.  From virtuosic to easy listening, well known classics to current composers, Latin vibes and popular music, this versatile and marvelously talented quartet promises a diverse program that is both down to earth and heavenly.

This concert will take place at the Kootenay Gallery, located across from the West Kootenay Regional Airport on Heritage Way on Sunday March 1st at 1:30 p.m. Tickets are available at the door for  $12 for gallery members and $15 for general admission. For more information contact the gallery at 250-365-3337 or visit kootenaygallery.com.

 

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