On Jan 26, we help celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the VSO

PERRUQUERIES is an hilarious and deeply-informed look at wigs, and the divos and divas who love and need them. With text by Bill Richardson, and music by the VSO's own Jocelyn Morlock, this 30:00 entertainment will amuse and amaze.

2pm, Saturday 26 January 2019, in The Annex at 823 Seymour Street. With soprano Robyn Driedger-Klassen, baritone Peter Monaghan, and pianist Tina Chang, all presented by City Opera's Alan Corbishley. Free, of course.

Together with many others in the classical community, we perform in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Events occur all day. Please join all of us as we say thanks -- and bravo -- for the VSO's first century.

You may bring your own wig. If it's orange, expect certain cultural references.


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  • Venue: The Annex

2 Responses to “On Jan 26, we help celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the VSO”

  1. Paula Says:

    Is this open to anyone? Sounds like great fun. Thanks

  2. Charles Barber Says:

    Absolutely! It's free to all -- especially if you come with a wig. Doors at 1:45pm, concert from 2 - 2:30pm, The Annex, 823 Seymour Street. It's a very funny show.

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