Victoria Symphony Splash

Due to the ongoing pandemic and need to social distance to flatten the curve, we are announcing the cancellation of Victoria Symphony Splash 2020. We are deeply saddened to cancel this marquee summer event in Victoria, but look forward to welcoming people back to celebrate with us in 2021. Read the full media release.

In the meantime, we’ve put together a retrospective photo and media gallery of Victoria Symphony Splash over the years. We’d like to offer a special thanks to our business sponsors and Band of Heroes for their continuous support.

We hope you stay well and healthy and we’ll see you August 1, 2021!

2019 Barge build

Made by Roll.Focus

25th Anniversary Splash

Made by Roll.Focus

2011 Barge build

Victoria Symphony

Victoria Symphony Splash Young Soloists

2019: Carey Wang, piano
2018: Danielle Tsao, viola
2017: Felipe Jiang, piano, Ryan Howland, violin
2016: Alyssa Fu, piano, Nelly Tian, violin, Tovin Allers, violin
2015: Ben Parker, trumpet, Rebecca Bracewell, accordion
2014: Eric Lin, piano
2013: Eric Manning, piano, Carter Johnson, piano
2012: Eehjoon Kwon, violin
2011: Alice Haekyo Lee, violin
2010: Grace Ma, piano, Phillip Manning, violin
2009: Christine Wong, piano, Josh Lovell, tenor
2008: Hugo Wong, piano
2007: Carolyn Tsao, piano, Sahara Sloan, voice, Timmy Chooi, violin
2006: Kevin O’Riordon, violin
2005: Heather Mcleod, voice
2004: Jordan Ofiesh, violin
2003: Justin Chiu, piano
2002: Chika Card, piano
2001: Nikki Chooi, violin
2000: Margit Juhasz, piano
1999: Caitlin Tully, violin
1998: Samuel Seong, piano
1997: Audrey Bild, piano
1996: Anthony Dolhai, piano
1995: Anthony Dolhai, piano (scheduled, but didn’t play)
1994: Timothy Haig, violin

Newspaper clippings and articles from Splash.

The many different VS Splash logos over the years.

Programs, ads, posters and signs through the years.