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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Parry Sound musicians prove their mettle

Its small size apparently does not limit the scope of Parry Sound's musical activities. Further testimonial to this was made on Sunday afternoon, May 6, by an Opera Gala presented by the Parry Sound School of Music at the Stockey Centre.

The school's director is Maia Vimboule, a relative newcomer to the community who has, in only three or four years, made her imprint in Parry Sound with a top-quality programme of instruction in piano, voice, and music theory, which then translates into events such as the one on Sunday. A full range of students took turns on stage, ranging from a quartet of youngsters through students of high school age, and, to demonstrate what is possible with training and determination, three of Ms. Vimboule's graduates who are now established as professional musicians. And the community at large was represented by a chorus of about two dozen performing such operatic favourites as the Anvil Chorus.

The programme, while largely operatic, also visited other forms of musical theatre. Well-known shows such as My Fair Lady received tribute, and there was also a dance component by guest artists from the Huntsville School of Ballet.

The concert was hosted by Steven Duff, who made entertaining and informative introductions. Mr. Duff also introduced his new book The Osterling Weekend: A Musical Misadventure and did a book-signing during intermission and after the concert.

As well as assembling and producing the Opera Gala, Ms. Vimboule presided from the piano for all but three selections and Mr. Duff asked a question that must have been on many minds: just how many notes did she play in two hours? In accordance with established custom, the Opera Gala received solid and cordial public support and it was an afternoon to be enjoyed by all concerned.

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