Join Heather as she performs as a core member of the Vancouver Island Symphony:
MERRIMENT, MAGIC AND A DASH OF MADNESS
are on the musical menu for Vancouver Island Symphony’s Reindeer Games at 7:30pm on Saturday, December 2nd at the Port Theatre and at Campbell River’s Tidemark Theatre on Sunday, December 3rd at 2:30pm, with guest artist, Festive Brass. With a name like Reindeer Games, you know it will be fun!
Vancouver Island Symphony’s Principal trumpeter Stevan Paranosic leads The Festive Brass, which features accomplished Victoria musicians Robert Fraser, Bruce Hum and Nick La Riviere. The melding of their classical and jazz talents is magical especially when they are doing what they love most – improvising! They playfully boast that they can play almost any Christmas tune upon request, and will tell you, “If we don’t know it, we’ll fake it.” And you’ll love it!
When not performing music professionally, Heather Walker teaches the Alexander Technique to individuals who want to be free of tension, pain, bad posture, and injuries. Explore the possibility of lightness and freedom of movement using the Alexander Technique to expand your awareness. Use practical experiments to learn how to notice tightening, release muscle tension, re-establish better balance and move more efficiently. Anyone can learn to recuperate from stress, prevent undue wear and tear, relieve back pain, improve posture, and use less effort in daily activities. Heather is based in Nanaimo, B.C. and can be contacted at 250-716-3464, or firstname.lastname@example.org.