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Welcome to our 2023-2024 Season!  Fresh from our thirtieth anniversary celebrations, we continue to prioritize exciting collaborators with new viewpoints.  Whether you’re coming to your first concert or have been a supporter since the beginning, we look forward to welcoming you to the “circle” of musica intima.  

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FEBRUARY 12, 2024

831 Seymour Street, Vancouver BC

Admission: pay-what-you-can at the door or online!


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This is the sixth iteration of our emerging composers program, this year co-presented by the Canadian Music Centre, and this year we’re thrilled to be welcoming Leslie Uyeda as Mentor-Composer.  A crucial part of the education program is the final showcase - we find such joy in sharing the new sounds created by the composers of the future!

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APRIL 20, 2024

831 Seymour Street, Vancouver BC


Due to unforeseen circumstances, our April 20th concert, formerly known as HUSK has transformed into Render. Render will feature Vancouver composer Joelysa Pankanea’s companion pieces on the death of her parents, The First Stage and The Fifth Stage, in which we’ll be joined by Meaghan Williams on bass, Martin Fisk on marimba, and Mark Takahashi McGregor on alto flute. 

In addition to these two works, we'll be performing music from American composers Brad Wells (Render) and Viet Cuong (Still So Much To Say), and rounding out the program will be two premieres: the world premiere Vancouver-based Innu composer Alex Vollant's Nukum, and the Canadian premiere of Indian-American composer Reena Esmail's She Will Transform You.

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JUNE 1, 2024

7:30PM | Sky-Wet-Tan Great Hall at the First Nations Long House at UBC


Ḵi’mola is a program designed to highlight the importance of truly sharing and listening well to each other. Entering with the intention to learn and allow each other to take part in the leadership and responsibility of the event. No traditional feast is ever undertaken by just one person. The entire community pitches in with their talent, energy and good will to share in the creation of the feast. This builds community and is a wonderful way to learn and grow together. Music is the perfect platform for such an undertaking and we are creating a sound feast to share with our audience while we learn to work together in good and lasting relationships. 



On the Road: 23-24 Season

We're looking forward to connecting with communities across the province and country this year. 

April 12 | Oceanside Classical Concerts | Parksville BC

April 13 | Cowichan Arts Centre |  Duncan BC

April 14 | Lulu Performing Arts Series | Gabriola BC

April 26 | Cantando Festival | Whistler BC

May 2 | Cheam Vista Concerts | Agassiz BC

May 3 | Carl Orff Conference | North Vancouver BC

May 12 | NAGAMO: Ottawa (with Andrew Balfour)

May 17 | PODIUM Opening Concert | Montreal QC


musica intima exists to create incredible moments—to share the power of music with our audiences and invite them into our circle of sound. Your financial support of the ensemble’s professional performance, touring, recording, and community outreach initiatives remains invaluable. 

As with most not-for-profit arts organizations, ticket revenue only accounts for a small portion of our total budget. If you have been touched by musica intima’s performances, please consider a tax-deductible gift to the musica intima society. Your continued support of one of Canada’s musical gems is vital, allowing us to continue presenting world-class performances at home and abroad, and supporting generations of professional musicians. 

Thank you!

musica intima is a registered charitable organizaion #872525530RR0001

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