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For Dreams: Music by Jennifer Butler

For Dreams: Music by Jennifer Butler

ANNEX | 823 SEYMOUR STREET | Google map
Doors at 2:30PM | Concert starts at 3:00PM


Dory Hayley, soprano
Peter Anderson, poet
Mark Takeshi McGregor, flute
Jennifer Butler, flute
Adrian Verdejo, guitar
Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa, piano

Single Tickets Pay-What-You-Will | $19-$72


Beautifully remote

The Vancouver Sun

“one of Vancouver’s most accomplished compositional voices.” (Georgia Straight)

Composer Jennifer Butler writes music for people she loves. She works with quiet and fragile sounds juxtaposed with loud, forceful moments, layered textures, and silence.

Her Modulus Festival concert celebrates the release of Butler’s new album, a collection of achingly beautiful music written for – and performed by – extraordinary musicians, all long-time friends and collaborators.

The afternoon features intimate music that invokes the earth and sky, draws on poetry and dreams, and transitions from soft gentle melodies to the release of unexpected tension. It’s music that fills the soul.


Jennifer Butler
   As Ordinary as Stars (poetry by Rae Crossman)
   Four Directions
   Is She? (words by Jessa Agilo)
   For Dreams of Things Which Cannot Be
   Four Horses (poetry by Peter Anderson)


This concert is generously sponsored by Elizabeth & Alan Bell.

Venue Sponsor: Downtown Van (The Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association).

Fazioli Grand Piano provided by Showcase Pianos.

This concert is presented by Music on Main and Redshift Music as a celebration of the CD release of Jennifer Butler’s new album One More Way to See.