Victoria Philharmonic Choir

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The Victoria Philharmonic Choir is an 80-voice auditioned choir based in Victoria, British Columbia. Conducted since 2009, by artistic director Peter Butterfield, the choir performs a wide range of a cappella and accompanied music, and collaborates with or performs with community and professional vocal soloists and musicians, including the Victoria Symphony.

History[edit]

The Victoria Philharmonic Choir (VPC) was created June 2005, as a non-profit performing arts organization. Founding artistic director Simon Capet led the choir until April 2009, when current director Peter Butterfield was appointed.