Comox Valley winery host of PRISMA event
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COMOX B.C- The 40 Knot Winery will be hosting ‘Sips and Sonatas’, and plan to showcase live music.
The Pacific Region International Summer Music Academy (PRISMA) is based out of Powell River, but two special guests will be coming to the valley for a fundraiser.
The event will take place at the 40 Knot Winery and Brenda Hetman-Craig, the owner of the winery says the fundraiser helps the school stay running, and also keeps guests entertained with amazing talent.
“Guests are really not only helping the school and keeping this music alive in the world, but they get a really special treat of hearing this music among the vines,” Craig said.
Maestro Arthur Arnold, the co founder and Artistic Director of PRISMA, and Edwin Kim, winner of the 2017 Australian International Chopin Piano Competition, both plan to showcase their talent at the event.
Admission to the event will include a gourmet brunch catered by The Beez Kneez Catering Company.
The event; Sips and Sonatas, will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 14. Tickets are $87 per person, and are available from the 40 Knots website or at the tasting room, located at 2400 Anderton Rd.
For more information, or to buy tickets, visit 40knotswinery.com.