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Faculty and Friends Virtual Concert

Posted in Arts & Culture
Dec 2, 2020

This concert features music for voice, French horn and piano.

The University of Saskatchewan Department of Music has initiated a new concert series! These mini-concerts will be broadcast online on a one-time basis on Wednesdays at 12:30 pm, alternating with FARLS (Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music) virtual lectures and other departmental special events.

Wednesday, Dec. 2
12:30 pm

Watch online via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89579339284?pwd=ZzNrMjVHOURvOUk5aE5oNHhZZ05RUT09

Meeting ID: 895 7933 9284

Passcode: 908281

Free and open to the public

December concert

Performers: Garry Gable (voice), Kathy Gable (piano), Arlene Shiplett (horn), Jaya Hoy (piano)

This concert features music for voice, French horn and piano.

Info: i.sing@usask.ca

 

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