Vancouver composer Chris Sivak is premiering the music video for his string quartet, Patrick Stewart Bakes A Cake this June. The screening will take place at The Grand Luxe Hall, 303 East 8th Ave, on June 30th at 7:30pm. The event will be a concert of eclectic works for string quartet hosted by The Vandelé Quartet, the group that first premiered Patrick Stewart Bakes A Cake at the 2016 Sonic Boom Festival.
Chris writes contemporary classical music that you can hum along to and makes you laugh out loud. His past works include setting nursery rhymes for choir, a murder-mystery chamber opera, and a high-octane vocal jazz setting of The Alphabet Song.
“Patrick Stewart Bakes A Cake happened like a butterfly net catching all the colours, and instead of imprisoning them, did the exact opposite.” – Chris Sivak
For more information, or to schedule an interview, please contact Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 778-710-0561.
Tickets are available through Brown Paper Tickets.
“A vile and corrupt banquet spills out like a drift of soggy pigs, threatening the etiquette and decorum of a luncheon that was almost nice enough for you to be invited to. As dinner guests Percy and Penny VonKrapp make mayhem into the table cloth, those on the sidelines can no longer stand idly by and are called to act.
Patrick Stewart Bakes A Cake tells the tale of good and evil colliding in a surreal skirmish around the dinner table — the armies warring with cutlery instead of swords, and over fine linen instead of land.
At stake? Dinner as we know it”.