Have you ever felt the shock of a concert at the scene. Do you have the experience of being immersed in the story and empathizing with the creator in the concert? Now, it’s a chance to bring you to join The Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra’s annual Global Soundscapes Festival, which is a rich feast of sound and rhythm, celebrating the intersection of Canadian cultures with musical traditions from all over the world. The Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra found in 2001, that was the first professional concert orchestras. The Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orachestra dedicated uniquely and specifically to performing new intercultural music on a magnificent scale. It is currently the only
Entireness of this kind in Canada, and one of only a handful that exist in the world. The VICO official website introduces that The VICO brings together musicians and composers from many different cultures and artistic communities in the Greater Vancouver area, including Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Latin and South American, Vietnamese, African, North American and European.
The VICO wants to blend the diverse cultures and fresh and creative ideas of different countries into classical music. They want to use music act as a bridge and make people resonate, also, they want to make connections between performers and audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
According to Vancouver sun, The 2020 edition has been re-imagined as a series of 16 brand new virtuoso filmed performances by VICO musicians and some of Vancouver’s finest chamber ensembles (Orchid Ensemble, Silk Road Music, Vashaan Ensemble, and others), and will be released online throughout the month of November. If you want to get more information about Global Soundscapes Festival: Digital Edition 2020, please visit vi-co.org to know about their own stories and listens their songs, and this event runs until November 26. Don’t miss it!