World travelling violinist coming to Burns Lake

Calvin Dyck will play in Burns Lake on Jan. 21, 2013 at the First Mennonite Church in Burns Lake.

Calvin Dyck will play in Burns Lake on Jan. 21, 2013 at the First Mennonite Church in Burns Lake.

He is playing as part of the Lakes District Arts Council 2013 performing arts season.

His show, ‘The Golden Violin’ will showcase Dyck’s virtuoso abilities which he started developing at the age of eight.

His golden violin was made in 1807.  He will be performing with Betty Suderman on the piano.

They will trace the history of the violin as they place classics from Mozart to Brahms, Copland to Gershwin.

Dyck is the concertmaster for the Vancouver Island Symphony in Nanaimo, B.C. and the director of the Abbotsford Youth  Orchestra.


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