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|Jann Arden Live with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra|
|Live album by Jann Arden|
|Released||October 15, 2002|
|Recorded||March 6 & 7, 2002|
|Producer||Jann Arden, Ed Cherney|
|Jann Arden chronology|
Jann Arden Live with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra is a 2002 live album by Jann Arden, recorded in conjunction with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 2002.
Jann Arden, is a Canadian singer-songwriter. She is famous for her signature ballads, "Could I Be Your Girl" and "Insensitive", which is her biggest hit to date.
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (VSO) is a Canadian orchestra based in Vancouver, British Columbia. The VSO performs at the Orpheum, which has been the orchestra's permanent home since 1977. With an annual operating budget of $16 million, it is the third largest symphony orchestra in Canada and the largest performing arts organization in Western Canada. It performs 140 concerts per season. The VSO broadcasts annually on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The orchestra is affiliated with the VSO School of Music, which was established in September 2011. Chamber music concerts by VSO musicians take place at Pyatt Hall on the VSO School of Music campus.
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Love Is the Only Soldier is an album by the Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden, released on September 9, 2003.
Alberta has a diverse music scene of pop, rock, country, jazz, folk, caribbean, classical, and blues music. Music festivals in the Summers are representing these genres. Choral music, ethnic music of many nationalities, all are found in Alberta.
Time for Mercy is the debut album by Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden, released in 1993. The first single was "I Would Die for You", which received national radio and video airplay. Its video, directed by Jeth Weinrich, won the Juno Award for Video of the Year at the 1994 Juno Awards.
Living Under June is the second album by Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden, released in August 1994.
Blood Red Cherry is an album by Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden, released in 2000.
Happy? is the third album by Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden, released on September 23, 1997 in Canada and June 8, 1998 in the United States.
Greatest Hurts: The Best of Jann Arden is a 2001 greatest hits album by Jann Arden.
Jann Arden is the sixth album from Canadian singer Jann Arden, released in 2005. In addition to 11 new songs, the album features a new version of "I Would Die For You", Arden's first major chart hit in her native Canada, with guest vocals by Sarah McLachlan.
The Juno Awards of 2006 were held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on the weekend of 31 March to 2 April 2006. These ceremonies honour music industry achievements in Canada during the previous year.
The Juno Awards of 1999 honouring Canadian music industry achievements were held in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The primary ceremonies at Copps Coliseum on 7 March 1999 were broadcast by CBC Television and hosted by Mike Bullard.
The Juno Awards of 1998 were presented in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The primary ceremonies at GM Place before an audience of 10 000 on 22 March 1998.
The Juno Awards of 1995, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 26 March 1995 in Hamilton, Ontario at a ceremony in the Copps Coliseum. Mary Walsh, Rick Mercer and other regulars of the television series This Hour Has 22 Minutes were the hosts for the ceremonies, which were broadcast on CBC Television. Almost 10,000 people were in attendance, and over 6,500 public tickets were sold.
The Juno Awards of 1996, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 10 March 1996 in Hamilton, Ontario at a ceremony in the Copps Coliseum. Anne Murray was the host for the ceremonies, which were broadcast on CBC Television.
Women & Songs 4 is the fourth album in the Women & Songs franchise.
Women & Songs 8 is the eighth regular album in the Women & Songs series.
Jann Arden is a Canadian pop singer. Her discography comprises twelve studio albums, two greatest hits albums, two live albums and forty singles.
Dave Pierce is a Canadian songwriter, composer, producer, arranger, orchestrator. Pierce was the Music Director for the Opening, Closing, and Victory ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, for which he received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Direction; arranger/orchestrator for Twyla Tharp's Frank Sinatra musical, Come Fly Away in New York on Broadway and now opening as "Sinatra Dance With Me" at the Wynn in Las Vegas; and music director of the Calgary Stampede Evening Grandstand Show. Pierce was the Musical Director of the 2009 Gemini Awards television show in Canada. He is father of two daughters.
Free is the eighth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden, released in 2009 featuring the single "A Million Miles Away". The album debuted at #9 on the Canadian Albums Chart. The album includes Arden's version of the Michael Bublé single "Lost", which is co-written by Arden. American country music group SHeDAISY perform background vocals.