Where formal meets funky. 

 Sunday at Seven is an eclectic professional concert series, bringing renowned national and international classical and folk/world musicians to Burman. Concerts are FREE for Burman University and Parkview Adventist Academy students, staff, faculty and immediate family.





September 27, 2015
November 15, 2015
January 24, 2016
February 21, 2016
March 13, 2016


  Sunday, September 27, 2015 at 7:00 pm - Administration Building Auditorium


Marie-josée Lord - Soprano with Piano & Violin


Along with violinist, Antoine Bareil and pianist, Hugues Cloutier, the trio presents their program “Jamalaya” - a spicy collection of audience favourites. With her own personal style, voice, charisma and choice of repertoire, Ms Lord delivers a gourmet recital where classical and popular music are tastefully entwined. Gershwin, Verdi, Bernstein, Dvorák, Bizet and many other composers program that simmers ever so naturally.




  Sunday, November 15, 2015 at 7:00 pm - Administration Building Auditorium


DUO RENDEZVOUS - Jasper Wood & Daniel Bolshoy | Violin & Guitar

From Buenos Aires to Paris: music that is influenced from around the world - a program that mixes Bach, Debussy and Ravel with Piazzolla, Django Rhinehardt and Sarasate. Aiming to excite audiences about great music, be it classical, jazz, or world, Duo Rendezvous is defined by their passion for performing and love of virtuosic and intimate music.





  Sunday, January 24, 2016 at 7:00 pm - Administration Building Auditorium

Phil Hansen & Konstantin Bozhinov - Cello & Lute

Philip Hansen's commitment to diverse musical genres, education,and community have earned him distinction as a performer, ambassador for music, and innovator in the arts. His intensely personal and colourful playing is showcased in performances from the Baroque to jazz and in every major work written for cello with orchestra.

Konstantin Bozhinov is a lute, guitar, and accordion player, specializing in improvisation and composition of music of the Renaissance and Baroque eras. Based in Vancouver B.C., he began musical activities with self-taught guitar and accordion playing, spending many years playing folk music from his native Bulgaria. Improvisation and composition, through a detailed study of historical documents and treatises, are at the core of Konstantin's philosophy and approach to Early Music.




  Sunday, February 21, 2015 at 7:00 pm - Administration Building Auditorium

Luis Mario Ochoa Cuban Quintet

Cuba - the land where poets and dreamers, cynics and sages hold sway. This acoustic quartet features the romantic rumba, to the lively samba, the pulsating bolero to the swaying waltz and cha cha. Traditional songs like “Canto Siboney”, “La Flor De La Canela”, and “El Carbonero”, bring Cuba home. Be transported as Havana-born Luis Mario Ochoa, performs with his Cuban Quartet, and dazzles the senses with a full range of Musica Cubana that really cooks.





  Sunday, March 13, 2016 at 7:00 pm - College Heights SDA Church

Joachim Segger - Piano & Organ

Joachim Segger is a versatile musician who regularly plays piano solo, duo and chamber recitals, as well as concertos. He has performed in various venues throughout North America, Europe and South Africa and is frequently heard on CBC local and national broadcasts. He was a semifinalist in the Gina Bachauer, CBC, Robert Casadesus, Maryland and Bach International Piano Competitions and was the winner of the prestigious Canadian Women's Club Competition in New York City that resulted in a Carnegie Recital Hall début.






  General Admission

Single Tickets (at door)

$25        Adults (18 and over)

$15        Seniors (65 and over)

$10        Youth/Student with valid student ID


Season Tickets (Five Concerts - save 15%)

$106      Adults (18 and over)

$64        Seniors (65 and over)

$43        Youth/Student with valid student ID

To book your season tickets call 403-782-3381 ext. 4079 (summer contact).

Payable by cheque or Visa/Mastercard credit card.


Follow signs to the Administration Building Auditorium, located in the centre of campus.

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* immediate family is defined as parents & siblings of single student/staff/faculty or spouse & children of married student/staff/faculty