Piano teacher Michelle Erlandson

Piano teacher Michelle Erlandson

Festival piano night

Cariboo Festival will feature a piano evening on Monday, April 14 at the Calvary Church located at 625 Carson Drive.

Ann Smith

Special to the Tribune/Advisor

Cariboo Festival will feature a piano evening on Monday, April 14 at the Calvary Church located at 625 Carson Drive.

The session begins at 6 p.m. with classes including Primary Duet, Sacred, Intermediate Concerto, the Gail Carson Romantic Competition, and the Intermediate/ Senior championship play-offs in Baroque, Classical, Contemporary, Romantic, Canadian, Solo, and Impressionistic.

Everyone is welcome to attend this beautiful evening of music performed by children and youth of all ages.

The festival includes five sessions of piano; three on Monday, April 14 during the morning, afternoon and evening, and two sessions on Tuesday, April 15 in the morning and afternoon.

One of the Cariboo Festival’s goals this year is to get the general public out to as many sessions as possible, especially evening sessions when many folks are finished work and have some time to take in wonderful performances for a mere donation at the door.

The festival participants, their families, teachers, and friends will appreciate your support in person.

Visitors are reminded that quiet is required during the performances and that no photography or taping is permitted during the performances.

For complete programs of this year’s Cariboo Festival, please visit www.cariboofestival.ca.

The festival is grateful for the support of many donors and sponsors, acknowledged on the website.