Concerts and News

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