SATURDAY OCTOBER 2, 2010
HERITAGE HALL | 3102 MAIN STREET (AT EAST 15th, IN EAST VAN), VANCOUVER |Google map
Bar open at 7:00PM | Concert starts at 8:00PM
Get to know a bright new musical talent when Music on Main introduces Chris Morano, the first artist chosen for the new Emerge on Main programme. Chris will play a stunnigly virtuosic programme of rarely heard music, including David Rakowski‘s Absofunkinglutley.
Then find yourself in the midst of a revolution, albeit a small one: the ‘ukulele has returned from pop culture exile and become a tonic for modern malaise the world over. Tonight’s concert at Heritage Hall features one of the world’s most amazing — and amazingly warm — ‘ukulele players, James Hill. You won’t believe your ears.
Introducing pianist Chris Morano, the new Emerge on Main artist
James Hill & Anne Davison, the unforgettable ‘ukulele and cello duo
8:00 PM | The Main Stage debut of pianist Chris Morano, Music on Main’s new Emerge on Main artist, including music by Arno Babadjanian, Paul Frehner, David Rakowski, Howard Bashaw and Marc-André Hamelin.
9:15 PM | ‘Ukulele player James Hill performs with cellist Anne Davison, including a world premiere for ‘ukulele and electronics by composer Giorgio Magnanensi, and “two-fold,” James’ and Anne’s own musical installation for Heritage Hall.
Music on Main invites you to
Late Nights at Latitude
After each concert, come hang out with musicians and audience members at Latitude Restaurant & Wine Bar. Show your Modulus Festival ticket stub and receive 15% off your food bill.
Every night of the festival, from 10:30 PM until closing.
3250 Main Street, one block south of Heritage Hall