Noel Fudge to perform at Westacres

Guitarist Noel Fudge and Martine denBok on violin performing an intimate concert at rural Maple Ridge venue.

  • Dec. 1, 2016 8:00 p.m.

Guitarist Noel Fudge

Guitarist Noel Fudge will be returning to his home in Maple Ridge with his newly formed duo Freya.

With Fudge on guitar and Martine denBok on violin the duo will performing an intimate concert at Westacres, a 20-acre farm with a house and music room that holds 140 seats. The music room looks out onto a beaver pond with large cedar trees.

Fudge called Maple Ridge home for 38 years before moving to the West Kootenays only two years ago where he composes, performs and teaches. Some of his collaborations include writing short film soundtracks and multimedia videos for iCandyfilms and the composition and performance of the live soundtrack for poet Sean Arthur Joyce’s Dead Crow , Prologue.

Martine denBok is a classically trained violinist who holds the Principal Second Violin Chair for the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra. She has performed as concertmaster for over 20 years with Edmonton’s Opera Nuova Orchestra and spent three seasons playing alongside Juno nominated Pablo Diemecke with Victoria’s Die Mahler String Quartet.

The Maple Ridge Music Society hosts Freya at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 2 at Westacres, 23575 124th Ave. in Maple Ridge.

There will be one intermission with hot beverages and dessert by donation.

Tickets are $20.

For more information call 604-467-3162 or go to

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