The Premiere Concert of Cantoria at the Cultch


Cantoria was featured on last week’s Arts Report. Listen to the podcast!

This Wednesday, don’t miss an in studio performance of Cantoria by Mark Fenster and his daughter Zoe on the Arts Report at 5pm.


Arranged and produced by Vancouver’s Mark Fenster, this soulful musical Journey brings together a beautiful arrangement of local voices, world instruments and universal meditation. The loving intent of ancient Universal blessings are returned to our hearts with the global connection of our 7 Chakras, the deep Spiritual meanings of the words and the sweet calming of the music.

A lyrical combination of lead vocals by Mark Fenster and his 9 year old daughter Zoe, acoustic guitars, Bill Sample on piano & keyboards, Pepe Danza on Shakuhachi & Udu, 4 beautiful harmony vocalists (Cantor Michael Zoosman, Debby Fenson, Deborah Stern Silver, Liz van Warmerdam), and our Special Guests for this Premiere Concert: A String Quartet of musicians from the VSO, all comprise this Project of Peace and Acceptance, which has led to a great many joyful experiences and comments. One listener says: “I felt like I was meditating in pure peace while I was listening to your music.”

This concert will feature an opening performance of beautiful Baha’i prayers by VICO’s Tenor vocalist Amir Haghaghi & celtic harpist Amy Stephen, a seemless performance of Cantoria in its entirety, and following an Intermission, we will feature an Open Forum discussion of Q&A on Ancient Sprituality, meanings and interpretations of the blessings, chakras, etc … Plus a few very special musical surprises!


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Ticket Prices: $25 (general) + s/c
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