2011 - 2012 SEASON
(co-produced with the Xenographic Society), July, 2011

Summer of Sound

 A wide range of sound related workshops were offered including: Sound Explorations, the Gabriola Bar-B-Q Qonsort, Deep Listening, Songs of the Forest Choir, Beach Gamelan; "Onomatopoeia" workshops for youth; a range of voice related workshops from Vocal Improv to interdisciplinary workshops like Voicing Our Values, and Someone is Calling my Name.  Most of the workshops did not happen due to lack of enrolment. Special thanks to Andreas Kahre, Patsy Ludwick, Crystal, Leigh Ann Milman, DB Boyko, Jen Turner, Fay Weller, and Mark Parlett.

Sunday, June 24th 2012
Allannah Dow, cellist
and Leah Hokanson, pianist

7:30 pm, Sunday, June 17, 2012,
Phoenix Auditorium at the Haven

This brass quintet performs music of many styles from the 15th to the 20th century. Organizer and Gabriola Bass Trombonist, John Capon has always had a love of brass music and is thrilled that he and long-time friend, Saltspring Trumpet player, Derrick Milton have finally been able to organize a group of brass musicians capable of mastering the popular and challenging brass quintet repertoire. The quintet's other musicians include Saltspring trumpeter Jim Stubbs, Vancouver/Gabriola French Hornist Janet Summers and Trombonist Larry Heidel from Whidbey Island.
Sunday, January 29th 2012, 7:30pm,                                             
Phoenix Auditorium. The Haven, Gabriola Island

 Mary Margaret O'Hara

Mary Margaret O'Hara with acclaimed Vancouver cellist and musical collaborator Peggy Lee. Their collaboration is entitled 'Beautiful Tool' and, together with guests J.P. Carter on trumpet, Ron Samworth on guitar, and Dylan van der Schyff on drums, they performed original songs (including material from the internationally famed album 'Miss America'), covers, and collective improvisations.