Caravan Upcoming Events
Sunday April 13, 7:30pm
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
650 Hamilton St., Vancouver
The multiple Grammy-winning Soweto Gospel Choir returns to Vancouver in a tribute concert to Nelson Mandela and in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the end of apartheid.
Saturday, April 26, 8pm
601 Smithe St., at Granville
The internationally acclaimed Rumi Symphony Project is the innovative creation of composer, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Hafez Nazeri, featuring his legendary father, Shahram Nazeri, accompanied by an all star ensemble.
May 9 & 10
600 Campbell St.
The 5th annual Spring celebration of Balkan-Roma Brass, featuring 4 bands, two dance troupes, and once again, the special guest trumpet master from Serbia, DEMIRAN CERIMOVIC!
May 9 - 11
Roundhouse Centre, Davie at Pacific
Sound of Dragon Music Festival is Vancouver’s first festival devoted to “Chinese music”, showcasing very diverse musical styles: ancient folk and classical repertoire, contemporary compositions, jazz, world, fusion, and avant-garde improvisation in solo, chamber, and orchestral performances.
Friday, May 30, 8pm
Vancouver Community College Music Auditorium
1155 East Broadway (Entrance on Glen Drive)
The music of Pandit Shubhendra Rao and Saskia Rao-de Haas has been hailed as “taking Indian Music to a brave new era”. New York Times described their music as “movingly meditative”. Together they carry Indian music towards new horizons with their strong belief in the unifying power of music. On stage, their effortless musical communication […]
Soweto Gospel Choir May Sell Out
Soweto Gospel choir tickets are moving fast; only a few hundred seats left. This will be a marvelous concert, celebrating the group’s 10th year on tour, and the 20th anniversary of the end of Apartheid. The concert is dedicated to the legacy of Nelson Mandela.