Jack Glatzer is a violinist 80 years young performing tonight at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre. Wikimedia Commons Photo.

Violinist Jack Glatzer performs live in Williams Lake

Don’t miss your chance to see this skilled and venerable musician at Central Cariboo Arts Centre

World-renowned violinist Jack Glatzer comes to Williams Lake tonight to share 80 years if musical experience.

Courtesy of the Community Arts Council of Williams Lake, acclaimed Glatzer is coming to the Central Cariboo Arts Centre to perform the sonatas of Eugen Ysaye on Wednesday, May 15. Joining Glatzer on stage will be Dr Margaret Hereld who will be reading from her original script.

Doors open at 7 p.m. with tickets available for $20 at The Open Book and the door.

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Students of Lake City Secondary School and Columneetza Secondary School will also get a chance to hear him play for free on Thursday and Friday, courtesy of music lover and teacher on call Carl Johnson. Johnson said that Glatzer will be performing three 45 minute shows during the morning at Columneetza’s cafeteria and will do the same in LCSS’ bandroom on Friday morning.

It will be a great opportunity, in Johnson’s opinion, for the youth of lakecity to experience a true passion and skill for music in an intimate setting.



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