Victoria Symphony and Canadian College Of Performing Arts Present BROADWAY LIGHTS

Victoria Symphony and Canadian College Of Performing Arts Present BROADWAY LIGHTS

The Victoria Symphony celebrates the bright lights and popular musicals of Broadway with the talented students of the Canadian College of Performing Arts. Broadway Lights is presented March 9 and 10, 2018, at 8pm, with a matinee March 10 at 2pm. All performances take place at the Royal Theatre, 805 Broughton Street, Victoria, BC.

BROADWAY LIGHTS marks the 7th time that Canadian College of Performing Arts (CCPA) students have joined the orchestra for a celebration of the enduring popularity of the Broadway musical. The concerts are a favourite of Victoria Symphony audiences and sell out quickly. "We're thrilled to collaborate once again with CCPA", declared Victoria Symphony Executive Director Kathryn Laurin. "Working with arts organizations like Pacific Opera Victoria, the Greater Victoria Youth Orchestra, Dance Victoria, and the Canadian College of Performing Arts provides opportunities for us to showcase all our talents and strengthen the arts in our community."

Nestled unassumingly in the village of Oak Bay, CCPA is one of Canada's notable training centres for a career in the performing arts. Students, selected during national auditions, embark on an intensive two-year conservatory-style diploma program to hone their talent and skills as actors, singers and dancers. Over the past twenty years graduates of CCPA have followed their passions with international careers on stage, television, in film, in recording studios, in arts administration and arts education.

Conducted by Victoria Symphony Pops Conductor Emeritus, Brian Jackson, with stage direction and choreography by CCPA co-founder and Managing Director Jacques Lemay, BROADWAY LIGHTS features music and extravagant production numbers from both classic and contemporary musicals. Highlights include:

Tickets start at $32 and are available from the Royal and McPherson Theatres Box Office at 250-386-6121, or online at www.rmts.bc.ca.

For more information visit www.victoriasymphony.ca or call 250-385-9771.

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