2017 – 2018 Season
Since 1999, this popular concert series has made creative use of the church’s magnificent building and acoustics, providing another affordable venue for rising stars, as well as established musical groups. The wheel chair accessible sanctuary seats 600 persons and boasts a grand piano and 3 Manual – 45 rank Casavant Freres Pipe Organ.
Tickets can be purchased online with your credit card by clicking on the links for each individual event, by contacting the office at 604-522-1606, or at the door (cash only).
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If your group is interested in being part of this concert series, please contact Virginia.
The concerts take place at Queens Avenue United Church, 529 Queens Avenue in New Westminster. The concert space is wheel chair accessible. Parking is available at the City Hall, one half block east of the church down the hill on Sixth Street and on Queens Avenue on the South Side of the Street (there are no meter guards Sunday evenings). We’d love to see you there!
Tickets can be purchased online with your credit card by clicking on the links below. Tickets can be purchased with cash at the door or by contacting the church office.
Buy tickets for individual events:
- SPRINGTIME BELLS AND CREAM TEA – Saturday, April 7, 2018 @ 2:00pm
The Memorial Bell Ringers of Queens Avenue United Church, under the direction of Virginia Barteluk, will present a concert in the gymnasium while the audience enjoys yummy scones, cream, jam and tea! No tickets at the door.
Adults $25.00; Seniors/Students $20.00; Children 6-12 $10.00
- West Coast Symphony – Saturday, May 12, 2018 @ 7:30pm
Maestro Yariv Aloni will lead the Orchestra in the set of six symphonic poems, Ma Vlast, composed between 1874 and 1879 by the Czech composer Bedřich Smetana.
Admission by donation at the door.
- Music from Five Centuries – Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Two prominent New York musicians — Grammy®-nominated violinist Elmira Darvarova (former Concertmaster of the Metropolitan Opera) and Howard Wall (Horn, New York Philharmonic) will present a Benefit concert program – MUSIC FROM FIVE CENTURIES (17th Century – 21st Century), running the gamut from baroque music to classical, romantic, contemporary, jazz, blues, tango, folk and rock (including a Canadian premiere).
Adults $25.00; Seniors/Students $20; Children K-7 $10