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Music and Munch

August 20 2003 Programme

Music Makers at Music and Munch
Music and Munch takes place at All Saints Church by-the-Sea, 110 Park Drive in Ganges, on Wednesdays at 1210 pm. throughout the summer. During the fall and winter season, there is just one performance on the first Wednesday of each month.

The best bargain on Salt Spring Island… Concert FREE at 12:10
   …Followed by Light Lunch for $5.50 by the Anglican Caterers

August 20

Mary Rogers - Organist and Pianist
With Victoria’s Christchurch Cathedral Family Choir

Following fast on the footsteps of Music and Munch's seasonal programme of music ‘In A Sunny Salt Spring Garden’ is another recital which turns to the seasons for inspiration.

The Church's calendar has for centuries found expression in music for the festivals which celebrate Christian belief and worship. On Wednesday Aug. 20th, the Christ Church Cathedral Family Choir brings to Music and Munch a programme titled ‘To Everything There Is A Season’, which will take us through the year from Advent to Thanksgiving.

The choir, under the leadership of Mary Rogers (Assistant Organist), is a mixed adult choir. They enjoy providing music for the Sunday morning 9.l5am Family Eucharist. The choir sings before the service and then offers an anthem during Communion. They are often called upon to provide choral anthems for Synod services, ordinations and parish functions. The repertoire chosen for the Family Choir covers an exciting range of writing styles; this includes gospel arrangements, music reflecting international influences and traditional sacred anthems.

Included in the programme on Wednesday will be two vocal solos and a flute solo played by Katherine Rogers, with whom Music and Munch patrons will be familiar. She has given several recitals in this venue together with Mary Rogers on piano and has proved herself to be a very promising young musician.

Free music begins at l2:l0 pm at All Saints' church followed by an optional lunch for $5.50.


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