Concert Details

Windjammers Quintet will present a varied program of music which will include
short snippets played on early instruments such as buzzing crumhorns,
harmonious recorders, and a regal hunting horn. For the most part, the quintet
will use flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, and bassoon to perform pieces from the
major eras of western music; Renaissance to Modern, Romantic to Ragtime.
How wind music has changed! Each era provides a delightful treat for the

Winds of Change concert programme:

Passacaille by Adrien BartheEarly
Hungarian Dances from the 17th Century by Ferenc Farkas
Suite in G by Jean-Philippe Rameau
Divertimento No. 1 in B flat by Joseph Haydn
Menuet by Blas Maria Colomer
The Wellerman Comes arranged by Lars Ericsen
Waltz from Badinage for Horn and Clarinet by Matt Naughtin
The Chrysanthemum by Scott Joplin
Puttin’ on the Ritz by Irving Berlin
Novelette in C by Francis Poulenc
Five Easy Dances by Denes Agay
Five by Five by Neil McKay
Umoja by Valerie Coleman

Get the concert program PDF here.

A complete Windjammers Quintet performers biography can be viewed here. (PDF)

Wind Jammers promo video (Dropbox)

Here is a short excerpt from this performance:

Tickets to view the live stream will remain available until December 3rd. You can view the concert anytime and repeatedly until then.

For a review of this concert by Leslie Hall, click here.

To view the 2022-2023 Series Concert Brochure click here (PDF).

Featured Performers: Wind Jammers Quintet - Janet Watson, flute Karen Gibbons, oboe Lucy Benwell, clarinet Edmund House, French horn Cuyler Page, bassoon.

Saturday, November 19, 2022, 7:30 pm
This performance can be viewed online or in the performance venue.
Kamloops United Church, 423 St Paul St.
When you purchase a live stream ticket you will be provided with a link to view the concert. It will remain valid for two weeks afterwards. In-person tickets may be purchased online or at the door.


In Person: $25, $20 for CMK members, $15 for students. Livestream: $15, Student or CMK members $10, Front Row $25 (includes $10 donation), Family $40 (includes $10 donation).

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