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Ritornello Chamber Music Festival

Posted in Arts & Culture, Alumni
May 25, 2018 to May 27, 2018

Carissa Klopoushak (left) and Jacqueline Woods founded the Ritornello Chamber Music Festival.

Violinist Carissa Klopoushak (BMus’04) and pianist Jacqueline Woods (BMus’06) co-founded Saskatoon’s Ritornello Chamber Music Festival 10 years ago to bring the chamber music concert experience into the 21st century. Each spring, the two artistic directors showcase Canadian musicians who are currently pursuing professional careers across the country and around the globe.

The 2018 Ritornello Chamber Music Festival will be held from May 25-27, 2018. It will feature three shows, including a concert at Convocation Hall on the U of S campus on May 25 at 7:30 pm, a show at Village Guitar & Amp on May 26 at 8:30 pm and the 10th anniversary celebration performance, scheduled for May 27 at 2:30 pm at Remai Modern.

 

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