22nd Annual Remembrance Day Concerts
A Great Service
Saturday, November 8, 2014 • 7:30pm
Queens Avenue United Church
529 Queens Ave (at 6th St), New Westminster
Tuesday, November 11, 2014 • 1:00pm
West Vancouver United Church
2062 Esquimalt Ave, West Vancouver
Tuesday, November 11, 2014 • 7:30pm
St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church
1022 Nelson St at Burrard, Vancouver
Amidst the chaos and brutality of war, soldiers also consoled and cared for each other. Robert Service witnessed these unsung acts of compassion as a WWI volunteer ambulance driver. A Great Service places his harrowing stories alongside musical selections by Gustav Holst, Vaughan Williams, Paul Mealor, and Rupert Lang in this beloved Chor Leoni Remembrance Day tradition.
Price: $34.25 Adult
($30.00 + $4.25 service fee)
($10.00 + $2.75 service fee)
Dance and gender is the spirit of the gathering of performances, ideas and conversations by some of Canada's and international renowned South Asian dance artists. Featuring works by Toronto's Peter Chin, William Lau, Indonesia's Didik Nini Thowok, Thailand's Pichet Klunchun and Vancouver's Alvin Erasga Tolentino.
Listed prices include a $3.75 service feeBuy Tickets
November 10 & 11, 2014 @ 4:00 pm & 7:30 pm
doors open one hour prior to showtime
ROOF OF THE WORLD (Nov 10 & 11 – 4 pm both days)
A group of 6 research teams and 8 shooting teams has stepped into over 60 hidden places in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau for 500 days’ shooting.
A total of more than 60 people, 50 species of animals and plants and 50 stories was shot in a 4K UHD manner with a length of over 1000 hours.
The first movie-style panoramic scanning in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau; The first ever shooting under ice in the largest lake on the earth with an elevation of over 5000 meters; The first time of shooting in Qiangtang unmanned alpine steppe during an expedition.
NOVEMBER 10 – 7:30 PM – ONE SHOW ONLY
A truly kind and helpful person, Dekyi Metok drives a taxi in Tibet´s Lhasa City, where one day she meets a little girl called Gaga selling souvenirs in Barkhor Market. They feel like old friends straightaway at their first encounter, and eventually become as close as sisters.
Alas, disaster strikes: as the cabbie is in a hurry to pick up passengers, she backs up her car and runs over Gaga, who is mortally injured in the accident. Dekyi Metok is devastated. She ignores the advice of family and friends and decides to initiate legal proceedings against herself. The gathering of evidence is a lengthy and complicated process, but finally Dekyi Metok walks into the courthouse to stand trial...
NOVEMBER 11 – 7:30 PM – ONE SHOW ONLY
Having painted thangkas all his life, Dunzhu is painting the most beautiful thangka of his life. But Dunzhu’s son Basang has discovered his father is nearly blind. Although this is the karma of most thangka painting masters, and is the final boundary toward which they are working, can this thangka be completed?
Basang, who follows the Western painting style he loves, has disobeyed his father, the great painting master. The disappointed Dunzhu unexpectedly finds a sign of his teacher’s reincarnation: a block of cinnabar.
Dunzhu searches the vast grasslands to find the reincarnation of his teacher. Gaga, a young man who lost his hands in an accident, does not like to paint thangkas, a type of painting that requires working to a grid.
($10 + $2.75 s/c)
SOS Mystical Play
Tuesday, November 11, 2014 @ 6:30 pmCast:
Captain - Sergey Astakhov
Professor - Dmitry Isaev / Dmitry Orlov
Commander - Igor Livanov / Andrew Kaikov
Maid - Natalia Bulyha
A Price: $75
B Price: $65