Emerging Artist Concert @ MacEwan University Conservatory of Music, Edmonton [16 February]

Emerging Artist Concert

19:30 - 21:30

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MacEwan University Conservatory of Music
10050 MacDonald Dr NW, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2B7
Presenting some of Edmonton’s best music students currently studying at the post-secondary level. This concert will feature students from the University of Alberta, MacEwan University's Jazz Program, Concordia University, King’s University and MacEwan’s Conservatory of Music. Please join us in supporting these up and coming local artists. Enjoy an evening of live classical and jazz music.

Proceeds from this event will go directly to the Muttart Foundation's Bursary Fund.

Tickets are $10 and all ages are welcome.

Performers include:
Christina Sawchuk (piano) from Concordia University
Isabela Ramos (handbells) Concordia University
Theodore Chow (piano) University of Alberta Jacques Forestier (violin) MacEwan Conservatory of Music
The Jivin’ Bells featuring MacEwan University Student Vanessa Wilson (voice)
Backing them up will be MacEwan University Music students Taylor Nickel (Bass)
Patrick Froese (guitar)
Wyatt LaPrairie (drums)

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Upcoming events @ MacEwan University Conservatory of Music:

President's Gala Concert
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