CCSF Scholar and Soprano, Eve Daniell will be performing at various venues in British Columbia over the 2018 summer.
She will mark her Vancouver professional debut with a mid-summer afternoon concert at Christ Church Cathedral on Sunday, 22 July at 3pm. Doors open at 2.30pm and admission is by donation. Performing with her will be South African-born collaborative artist, Rykie Avenant, who now calls the Cowichan Valley home. Together they will take the audience on a petite tour in song of England, France, Germany and Italy.

Eve was a soloist in the BBC’s Last Night of the Proms in 2016, singing Vaughan Williams’ Serenade to Music, and last year she had the honour of singing Victoria composer Tobin Stokes’ Canoe at Canada House in a private performance for Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, and Governor General David Johnston. Eve studied at the Royal Academy of Music (UK) on a Sainsbury Award and the Catherine Osborne Scholarship, and then went on to win the prestigious Pavarotti Prize (2015). She was awarded a CCSF scholarship in both 2013 and 2015.

More information about the Vancouver performance can be found here. News about other BC performances, including an evening event on Salt Spring Island on July 25th, visit Eve’s website.

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