Erik Lin is part of a lineup of young musicians performing at St. Elizabeth’s Church in Sidney on Friday.

Musical youngsters perform Friday

Young Soloists concert in Sidney brings together youth with Sidney Classical Orchestra

The Sidney Concert Society will wrap its season with the annual Young Soloists event.

Six music students from lower Vancouver Island will perform alongside the Sidney Classical Orchestra in classical works by Bach, Haydn, Kreisler, Devienne and Mozart.

The concert is designed to help the students who perform and encourage other young music students. This year Jimmy Wang, Erik Lin, Angela Xie, Ryan Howland, Kate Thomas, Emily Tsao, Rebecca Genge and Paul Winkelmans will perform on a range of instruments including flute, piano and violin.

The Young Soloists concert is Friday, June 22 at 7 p.m. at St. Elizabeth’s Church, 10030 Third St.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for students, available at Tanner’s Books in Sidney, Russell Nursery in North Saanich, City Scribe in Brentwood Bay, Long and McQuade in Victoria, Tom Lee Music in Langford and the Victoria Conservatory of Music.

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