Music Concerts at Legacy Presented by Health Arts Society - Legacy Senior Living

Join us for a very special music concert presented by Health Arts Society on November 15th at 2:00 pm featuring performances by Michelle Goddard, clarinet; Adrian Fung, cello and Graham Campbell, guitar. 

Concerts at Legacy Senior Living
Friday, November 15th at 2:00 pm

Presented by Health Arts Society

With generous contributions from:

Legacy Senior Living
Seedlings Foundation
Azrieli Foundation
Odlum Brown
Music in the Morning
BMO Financial Group

Featuring Performances By:

Michelle Goddard, clarinet
Adrian Fung, cello
Graham Campbell, guitar


Michelle Goddard, clarinet

A born and raised Vancouverite, Michelle attended the University of British Columbia where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in clarinet under Wes Foster and Cris Inguanti. She received her Master’s degree from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music where she studied with renowned clarinetist James Campbell and was the Associate Instructor of the clarinet studio. From 2009 to 2011 Michelle held the position of 2nd/Eb Clarinet with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra before returning to Indiana to complete her studies. From 2012 to 2017 Michelle held the position of 2nd/Utility Clarinet with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and was sessional faculty at the University of Manitoba. Michelle has spent multiple summers studying music at the Banff Centre and was accepted into the Winter Residency program. Along with her career as a symphony musician, Michelle is a sought-after solo and chamber musician, and has performed with numerous touring Broadway companies. Michelle is an active teacher and clinician throughout British Columbia and Manitoba.

Adrian Fung, cello

Adrian Fung is a founding member of the Afiara String Quartet, winners of the Young Canadian Musicians Award, Concert Artist Guild International Competition in New York and many other prizes at prominent competitions, including the Banff International String Quartet Competitions.  He has performed throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia.  Mr Fung holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and an Artist Diploma from The Juilliard School.  He also holds diplomas from McGill University and the Mannes College of Music.  Aside from his performing and teaching activities, Mr Fung has been the RBC Stockey Young Artist as Artistic Director for Festival of the Sound in Parry Sound since 2012 and acted as artistic coordinator for the 2011 Banff Summer Chamber Music Programme.  As a producer and artistic consultant, he completed five CDs for the Frederick Harris Publishing Company and also coordinated production for 15 further recordings.  Mr. Fung is also active as a writer, artist, and rapper.

Graham Campbell, guitar

Described as a “gifted guitarist and composer” (The Whole Note), Graham Campbell is a versatile musician based in Toronto, Canada. His experience in jazz, pop, folk, world, and chamber music has taken him to many major festivals across North America and Europe including the Festival of the Sound and The Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, appearing with notable musicians such as jazz pianist Gene DiNovi, genre-bending violinist Mark Fewer, jazz vocalist/pianist Laila Biali, The Afiara String Quartet, and pillar of Canada’s Brazilian music scene Aline Morales. He performs regularly with psychedelic Brazilian rock band Os Tropies, reggae band The Human Rights, Brazilian singer-songwriter Bruno Capinan, and multi-instrumentalist Emilyn Stam.  Whether lyrical and introspective, quirky and lighthearted, or rhythmic and danceable, Graham always aims to tell a story with his music. His original works have been featured at festivals across Canada and Europe, and as an arranger he has been commissioned by artists such as Dan Stacey, Bruno Capinan, and Robert Pilon. He is an artistic producer for Spectrum Music, a composers collective that creates and presents new works. Many of his original compositions are featured on As You Near Me, a collaboration with clarinetist and father James Campbell released in 2013 on Marquis Classics, and his pop songs can be heard on House, released in 2016 by art pop band Words Around The Waist.

About Health Arts Society

Health Arts Society was founded in the first days of 2006 to meet the need for high quality live professional arts programmes for people in health care sites.  The largest audiences in health care for arts programmes are found in residences for elders.  Combined with its sister societies in every province, the organisation is now the largest arts presenter in Canada to people in care, bringing the talents of some of the Nation’s finest performers to people who cannot now enjoy performances in concert halls and theatres.