Come and support our local musicians

The Nechako Valley Festival of Performing Arts will be taking place April 14-24, 2014

The Nechako Valley Festival of Performing Arts will be taking place April 14-24, 2014. The Festival Concert will be Sunday afternoon, 2:30 pm April 27. All events will be held at the Vanderhoof Christian Fellowship Church.

Everyone is welcome to come and support our local musicians by observing the piano, speech, strings and band sessions. Admission is by donation; piano is April 14- 16; Speech is April 23 and Strings and Band is April 24.  We hope to see you there!  A piano workshop is hosted by Adjudicator of Piano, Graham Yates, entitled “How to Make Music from the Heart”. This workshop will be held Wednesday, April 16th 3:30 -4:30 pm.

Print copies of the program for the Nechako Valley Festival of Performing Arts are available at the Vanderhoof Library, Vanderhoof Department Store and Woody’s Bakery.  You can also view the program on the website


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