Mica Heliskiing hosting classical concert in Revelstoke and on mountain top

Pianist Philip Chiu and soprano Suzanne Rigden are performing in Grizzly Plaza on Saturday, Mar. 12, at 9 a.m.

Philip Chiu is the winner of the 2015-16 Priz Goyer. He is playing in Grizzly Plaza this Saturday.

Revelstoke will be given a rare treat on Saturday morning when award-winnig pianist Philip Chiu and soprano Suzanne Rigden perform in Grizzly Plaza.

Chiu is the winner of the 2015-16  Priz Goyer, which goes to the best emerging classical music performer in Canada.

The concert is being hosted by Mica Heliskiing, who will then be bringing the two performers to Mica for a show on a mountain top inside their tenure in the North Rockies.

The shows are being filmed by  the classical music video channel nonconcerto for Canada’s 150th anniversary. Before they fly up north, you can see them in Grizzly Plaza on Saturday, Mar. 12, at 9 a.m.

Watch a video of Chiu performing below:

noncerto 33.3 Phil Chiu – Prokofiev: III.Precipitato Sonata no.7 from noncerto on Vimeo.

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