Amit Poled and Noreen Polera
Approximate running time: 2 hours
777 Columbia Street
New Westminster BC V3M 1B6
Attendance is capped at 50%. Audience members will be able to relocate within the theatre if they wish for greater distancing. Seats held off sale appear as filled when viewing the graphic.
“glowing tone, a seductive timbre and emotionally pointed approach to phrasing that made you want to hear him again.” – The New York Times
Programme: JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Sonata no. 3 in g minor for Viola da Gamba and Piano, BWV1029 BRAHMS Sonata no. 1 in e minor, op. 38 Intermission STUTSCHEWSKY Hassidic Suite CHOPIN Sonata in g minor, op. 65 – III. Largo POPPER Tarantella
Internationally acclaimed cellist and pianist, Amit Peled and Noreen Polera, will take you on a journey through time with music for predecessors of the cello and piano into the 20th century. This performance marks the duo’s Western Canada Debut after having recently performed in New Hampshire, at Harvard Musical Association in Boston, at Tuesday Evening Concert Series in Virginia, and in a California tour of Beethoven sonatas. The famously rich sonority of Amit Peled with Noreen Polera’s mastery of cello-piano repertoire is a match made in heaven!
Patrons with mobility challenges should contact the box office for seating advice. 604-521-5050
PLEASE NOTE: By order of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO), proof of vaccination and government issued ID must be presented in order to access indoor concerts, theatre, dance and symphony events. All audience members must be fully vaccinated. The requirement is in place until January 31st, 2022 and could be extended. The requirement applies to all people born in 2009 or earlier (12+).
The Covid 19 pandemic remains a public health risk. The theatre is following all requirements for safe gatherings as per government directives. To increase your safety we encourage you and all guests to consider your personal wellness and risk factors for yourself and loved ones when deciding to attend. Individuals are responsible for limiting their own exposure to other guests. As such, the theatre can’t be held legally responsible for risks related to viral transmission. Rest assured theatre staff are taking a proactive and professional role in the adherence to protocols in the facility and we encourage open communication with us if any safety concerns emerge throughout, or after, your attendance at the theatre. We are all in this together!