Rykie Avenant, Ann Mendenhall, Catharina De Beer, and Emily Armour are up for this special event. (Submitted)

Talented quartet tickle the ivories at St. Mike’s in Chemainus

Tickets are going fast for this unique event; better get yours today

You know these ladies. Individually, they’ve got amazing talent on the piano. Just imagine all four of them playing together.

Chemainus Classical Concerts presents Eight Hands at 88 Keys featuring Ann Mendenhall, Emily Armour, Rykie Avenant and Catharina de Beer in a program including works by Bach, Chopin, Schubert, and Rachmaninoff, with duets, and trios, all on one keyboard.

There’s even a hilarious quartet.

Tickets are selling fast for this show, which is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 8, at 2 p.m. at historic and intimate St. Michael’s Church, in downtown Chemainus.

Tickets are $20 for adults at the door. Music lovers under 18 get in for $10. Or you can buy tickets in advance. Check http://www.chemainusclassicalconcerts.ca for information. Don’t wait. Get them now.

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