About Soft Cedar
Presenting work on all three of The Cultch’s stages, Soft Cedar provides an opportunity for local musicians to produce unforgettable concert experiences for their audiences. Series producers Corbin Murdoch and Meghan Robinson created Soft Cedar to allow Vancouver and BC-based musicians to push their live performance practice. With access to intimate soft-seaters, a comprehensive technical inventory, and an in-house team of expert designers and technicians, the series removes the barriers artists face in realizing their performance ambitions.
The inaugural season of Soft Cedar will present five concerts in 2018 and is supported by Creative BC through the BC Music Fund.
About The Cultch
Since 1973, The Cultch (formally the Vancouver East Cultural Centre) has been one of Vancouver’s most diverse and innovative arts and cultural hubs. The organization operates three theatrical venues, a gallery, and various ancillary spaces in the heart of East Vancouver. The Cultch offers dynamic contemporary programming in theatre, dance, music, and the visual arts, bringing world-class cultural presentations to thousands of citizens each year. Our purpose is to provide a venue for performance that serves a diverse and engaged public and provides space for artistic experimentation and development, building an audience for local companies and presenting cutting-edge national and international work.
We acknowledge the ancestral, traditional and unceded Aboriginal territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, and in particular, the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil Waututh Nations, on whose territory we live, work, and gather for these performances.
Special thanks to Kali Malinka for the Soft Cedar logo and graphic design