Thank you to everyone who made this year's Modulus Festival the most successful yet! The connection between audiences, musicians and great music was palpable, and the festival received some pretty heady reviews.
The Huffington Post called Modulus "a little festival that could" and that the program"spanned the range of human experience."
And under a headline that stated "Brilliant ideas are what Vancouver's Modulus Festival is all about," the Georgia Straight wrote that Music on Main's Modulus Festival:
"espouses the values of range, diversity, and excellence -- words that should be a mantra for all arts producers in our post-millennial, multicultural society."
What's next? Check out Arnold Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire @ 100 on October 15 & October 16. I've also posted information below about an interesting film at the Film Fest.
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