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Burnaby percussionists perform in Music on Main's free virtual festival

The Listening. Together. festival runs from May 14 to 18, with five days of free online performances, artist talks and chances to learn about music
Infamy Too Aaron Graham Julia Chien
Burnaby percussionists Aaron Graham and Julia Chien, who perform as Infamy Too!, take to the stage in Music on Main's free virtual festival Listening. Together., May 14 to 18.

A Burnaby percussion duo is part of a free online festival presented by Music on Main.

The Listening. Together. festival is set for May 14 to 18, featuring five days of online performances, artist talks and chances to learn about music.

“The shared music and art experiences throughout this past year have become a beacon of light for human connection between listeners and creators,” said a press release about the festival. “Music on Main remains committed to bringing audiences and artists together through exceptional digital and in-person musical experiences in ways that feel safe, inviting and welcoming.”

Among the featured performers are Burnaby percussionists Julia Chien and Aaron Graham, who perform as Infamy Too!

They’re part of a Friday, May 14 concert featuring violinist Chloe Kim and pianist Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa in music by J.S. Bach, Ivan Trevino and Rodney Sharman. That’s at 7:30 p.m.

They’re also on board for a Sunday, May 16 concert with flautist Mark Takeshi McGregor and vocalist Julia Ulehla, in a program featuring music by Ulehla, Kaija Saariaho, Leonard Gao, Duncan Maunders and Alyssa Weinberg. Concert time is 3 p.m.

All performances are free, but donations are appreciated.

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