Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra

Guest Artists & Past Conductors

The Late Maestro John van Liempt – Co-Founder
Maestro Leonard Camplin
Maestro Les Dala
Maestro Johan Louersheimer
Maestra Lindsay Mellor
Maestro Clyde Mitchell
Kris Werner – Guest Conductor
John Arsenault – Tenor
John Bacon – Tenor
Philip Crewe – Percussionist
Bria Skonberg – Trumpet and Vocal
Caroline Davies – Soprano
Clinton Denoni – Pianist
Erica Denoni
Robyn Driedeger Klassen – Soprano
Jacob Doherty – Baritone
Colleen Donnelly – Soprano
Sarah Dyck – Flute
Taylor Fawcett – Tenor
Mark Fenster – Bass Baritone
Tony Funk – Bass
Janine Fynn – Mezzo Soprano
Sharon Gaetz – Vocalist
Andrew Greenwood – Bass Baritone
Ron Hannah – Composer
Shane Hanson – Counter Tenor
Caroline Harder – Mezzo Soprano
Carmen Harris – Soprano
Nancy Hasiuk – Soprano
Wesley Hawkins – Pianist
Mike Herriot – Trumpet Soloist
Dustin Hiles – Tenor
Fabiana Katz – Mezzo Soprano
Christina Kent – Mezzo Soprano
Lars Klotz – Bass
Patrick Kreeger – Pianist
Michelle Koebke – Soprano
Thomas Lamont – Tenor
Andrea Mellis – Mezzo Soprano
Johnny Michel – Tenor
Jelena Milojevic – Accordion Soloist
Maria Moularas – Harp
Miya Otake – Harpist
Ian Parker – Pianist
Brittany Peters – Soprano
Paula Quick – Soprano
David Rosborough – Bass Baritone
Roy & Rosemary
Tracey Saterfield – Soprano
Lisa Scyner – Soprano
Stephanie Swinnard – Soprano
Dale Throness – Bass
Richard Tichelman – Vocalist
Bevin van Liempt – Bass
Graham Yates – Pianist
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The People Who Make Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra

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Orchestra

Orchestra

The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra is one of the only professional orchestra’s in the Fraser Valley and east of the Port Mann Bridge.

Chorus

Chorus

The Chilliwack Symphony Chorus is a performance choir and we love to sing for people. We have openings in all voice types. Interested singers must be willing to make a year long commitment and must be able to read music.

CSO Starlets

CSO Starlets

The Starlets are retro style singers who will take you back to the Gatsby era (roaring twenties through to the thirties) with a mixture of authentic vintage and modern pop songs arranged to sound like songs of the times, to a 1940s wartime tribute (Andrews Sisters), to swing. 

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