Jane Coop Solo Recital

It was so amazing to hear Jane Coop at ArtSpring last night. Clear and concise when appropriate, yet expansive and passionate when the music demands…She chose a great program of Beethoven, Rachmaninoff times two.
I feel inspired to practice twice as hard, and how fortunate I am to be able to play chamber music with her and cellist John Freisen in early May! Thanks Jane!

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What a lot of fun to play at Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival again!

We played the Bartok Quintet which was such an early piece I could barely find him in the notes! He himself said that this quintet was written before he found his voice. Nevertheless, it is well worth hearing. I think of Dohnyani with a twist of Janacek!

Maria Larionoff and I were roomates and we enjoyed afternoons of swimming after rehearsing the Moszkowski with Alexnder Tsyelakov, Artistic Director. Honestly it was like a holiday to be served freshly baked croissants and muffins by our hosts Paul and Barbara Kapelli.

I thoroughly enjoyed meeting and playing with James Campbell and of course the most wonderful Griffn Trio.

New Vetta Season announced!

I am so excited to share 3 of our concerts with more Vancouverites. This season we will present Vetta Downtown at Pyatt Hall! We will also continue our Salt Spring Concert Series.

A lot of changes in my life right now- I feel pulled back to Vancouver and all the music there but it has been a wonderful 3 years being based on Salt Spring Island. I hope I can bring some of the country vibe with me back to the city and will always keep a piece of my heart on Salt Spring with the wonderful folks there.

Vetta 2017-18 SS Brochure

Vetta 2017-18 Brochure