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Kelowna Community Concert
Association

Upcoming events

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The final concert of the 2021-22 (RED CARD) season has now been rescheduled! Please note the new venue.

The Alias BrasS company

7:30 p.m., Monday, November 6, 2023
*** Evangel Church Auditorium, 3261 Gordon Drive ***

Founded in 2013, the Alias Brass Company is a collaboration of five uniquely talented artists and educators from across America. Featuring a horn, a tuba, a trombone and two trumpets, these exceptional musicians perform a range of standards and original compositions, blending virtuosic musicianship with outstanding entertainment. From Baroque and classical to jazz and pop, the Alias Brass Company’s shows are captivating, diverse and innovative. Visit their ARTIST WEBSITE and enjoy some samples of their work.

The 2023-2024 concert season 

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Bach to the Future

2:00 p.m., Saturday, October 28, 2023
Evangel Church Auditorium, 3261 Gordon Drive

Bach to the Future, featuring Michael Silverman and an ensemble of world-renowned performers, authors and composers, melds sizzling talent and cutting-edge instruments to bring an exciting and whimsical approach to the most beloved music of all time. Imagine classics by Bach, Beethoven and Mozart, performed to modern jazz, African and Latin rhythms. Bach to the Future — The Bach that Rocks!   ARTIST WEBSITE

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The Fugitives & RidgE

2:00 p.m., Saturday, November 18, 2023
Evangel Church Auditorium, 3261 Gordon Drive

A moving and innovative piece of storytelling set to complex musical harmonies, Ridge evolved from the songs of frontline soldiers in the trenches of WW I. Written by Brendan McLeod and performed by his JUNO-nominated folk music collective, The Fugitives, Ridge is about Vimy Ridge and the battle that made Canada. It is a poignant and memorable exploration of war and the sacrifices it demands. ARTIST WEBSITE

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Payadora

7:30 p.m., Monday, March 25, 2024
Evangel Church Auditorium, 3261 Gordon Drive

Toronto-based Payadora, a vibrant ensemble of some of Canada’s most widely respected chamber musicians, performs contemporary Argentinian/Uruguayan tango and folk music, as well as original compositions inspired by those traditions. Founded in 2013, Payadora draws from backgrounds in classical, jazz, Latin, Eastern European folk music and improvisation to deliver performances that are as creative, playful and inspirational as they are stylistically flawless. ARTIST WEBSITE

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Dock Side Drive

2:00 p.m., Saturday, April 20, 2024
Evangel Church Auditorium, 3261 Gordon Drive

Dock Side Drive is an eight-piece swing, blues, jazz and show band from British Columbia’s West Coast. These talented and dynamic vocalists and instrumentalists entertain audiences with music from the 1930s through the ’60s, arranged in their own original swing style. You’ll be singing and swinging along to favourites from greats including Ray Charles, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Duke Ellington andThe Beatles.  ARTIST WEBSITE

Get Your Season Pass Now!

To enjoy KCCA's outstanding lineup of five concerts, you need to purchase a season pass. 

Passes for the upcoming 2023-2024 season of five fabulous concerts are available now for $120 per person, including all taxes and fees.

We also offer special pricing for our younger audiences: $30 for children up to Grade 12, and $60 for post-secondary students.

So don't delay! Contact Deb Meldram at kelownacommunityconcerts@gmail.com, or by phone at (250) 765-3571.  We accept cash, cheques or e-transfers. Sorry, we do not accept credit cards.

For more information, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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ABOUT us

With a loyal following for more than 50 years, the non-profit Kelowna Community Concert Association presents five first-class concerts a year, generally between September and May. Only professional artists of international and national stature and acclaim are selected to present a variety of music, theatre and dance with wide audience appeal. 

 

Run entirely by volunteers, the KCCA receives no outside funding and does not solicit sponsors. Pre-selling affordable season passes ensures that we have the stable budget needed to assemble our ambitious programs. Each year we also donate two $500 scholarships to students of the Kelowna Community Music School.

 

Volunteers help with backstage refreshments for performers, mail-outs to members, stage managing, hosting receptions, and floral arrangements. We’re extremely grateful to our volunteers, who enable us to present these professional concerts at such a reasonable cost.

For more information, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Current Executive

President:    Len McFarlane

Past President:    Betty Skilbeck

Treasurer:    Neil MacDonald

Secretary:    Ken Lindsay

Programming Chair: Sharon Attree

Membership Chair:    Deb Meldram

Concert Chair:    Lynda Durose

Hospitality:   Carmella Hohwy

Communications:   Nicole Baer

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KCCA supports the objectives of Kelowna's Citizens for a New Performing Arts Centre. We encourage you to visit their website, kelownaperformingarts.ca, to register your support for an iconic new stage in downtown Kelowna.

Contact Us

CONTACT us

Box 21083, Orchard Park Mall, Kelowna, BC, V1Y 9N8

For information on season passes and KCCA membership, please contact Deb Meldram

at (250) 765-3571

 

For general information contact Len McFarlane at (250) 764-5196 or visit our Frequently Asked Questions page

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Website by KCCA volunteer Nicole Baer, 2023

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