Deadline to register for the Kiwanis Fraser Valley International Music Festival is Feb. 6

Kiwanis Music Festival registration closes Feb. 6

Annual festival hosts 6,500 performers each year

Registration for the18th annual Kiwanis Fraser Valley International Music Festival is now open.

The festival takes place from April 10  to May 26 in the music wing of Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Langley campus, and offers classes for students of piano, strings, woodwinds, brass, voice, guitar and harp.

Sessions and workshops for chamber ensembles, choirs, orchestras, jazz bands, concert bands and vocal jazz ensembles are also offered.

Each year, the festival hosts approximately 6,500 performing participants, including more than 150 choirs, orchestras and bands.

The early bird deadline for entries is Feb. 6.

For the 2017 syllabi, adjudicators’ bios and other information, please visit www.kfv.ca.

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