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Friday March 4 2022 at 7:30 PM PST

× Internationally renowned for their engaging stage presence, impeccable musicianship and new perspectives on ensemble singing, musica intima has earned a reputation as one of Canada’s most unique vocal ensembles. A shared leadership model allows the singers to exchange ideas freely while exploring their own musical creativity, and this freedom leads to dynamic performances where the ensemble engages with the audience directly and spontaneously.

Over the past almost thirty years, musica intima has commissioned twenty new works from Canadian composers and has championed contemporary Canadian vocal repertoire around the country and across the world. musica intima has released ten commercial recordings, received two JUNO nominations, and one Western Canadian Music Award. The most recent recordings are “thirst” (2015) which was released on the composer- and artist-run Redshift label, and the independent release of the seasonal EP ‘Songs for a Winter’s Night’ (2018).

Recent and upcoming highlights have included a tour to the Busan Choral Festival in Korea (2016), the Chan Centre-presented collaboration with international superstar vocalist Bobby McFerrin (2019), and a digital collaboration with a rising star of the Musical Theatre world, spoken word artist and activist Germaine Konji (2021). The 21/22 season holds exciting collaborations with Indigenous choreographer Olivia C. Davies, the premiere of a new work by Emily Millard, and “Nagamo” a performance curated by composer Andrew Balfour which will also be recorded for release later this year.

Tickets: $28 Admission, Child 12 and under free with a paying adult (+applicable taxes & fees)

*Teen tickets available for $5 by emailing

Supported by the Government of Canada and FACTOR, the Government of BC and BC Touring Council, and Patrons of the Arts (POTA)


Rivercity Stage
1080 Hemlock St
Campbell River BC V9W 3E4

Performance Notes


As per Provincial Health Orders, all patrons age 12 and over are required to show both their BC Vaccine Card and ID to attend in person performances.

MASK POLICY UPDATE: All patrons age 12 and over are required to wear a mask at all times, except when actively eating or drinking.

This is a festival seating performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theatre.

Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.