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Hubert Klyne Headley (1906-1996) enjoyed enviable success as a composer, conductor and educator in the United States before settling in British Columbia around 1960, spending the remainder of his long life here, composing, conducting, leading church choirs, and teaching music in local school districts and colleges. We are thrilled to present two of Klyne’s greatest chamber works, including the charming, neo-classical Septet and the dramatic, dark-hued Piano Quintet. Taken together, they offer a fascinating insight into a searingly brilliant and unexplored musical mind.

Performers
Mark McGregor, flute; Roger Cole, oboe; Liam Hockley, clarinet; Sophie Dansereau, bassoon; Joan Blackman, violin; Tegen Davidge, viola; Stefan Hintersteininger, cello; Corey Hamm, piano.

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