Fine Arts Forum for January 2007
Fine Arts Forum for January 2007

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January 1, 2007

FROM THE JANUARY 2007 LEGEND

Don’t Hide From Winter – Come Dance!

Warm up by dancing to the Lethbridge Big Band at An Evening at the Bluenote on Jan. 20 in the Students’ Union Ballrooms. Festivities start at 8 p.m. and include door prizes, a silent auction and great music.

“We invite everyone who enjoys dancing and having a good time to join us,” says student Foster Garrett, one of the organizers. Dress is formal, so this is a great time to pull out all the stops.

Proceeds from this annual fundraiser support the annual tour of the U of L Wind Orchestra. The group of about 75 students under the direction of Dr. Thomas Staples (Music) is touring to communities in Manitoba and Saskatchewan this spring.

Tickets are $20 each or $140 for a table of eight. Tickets are available from Leister’s Music, Note-Able Music and Breeanne Somerville, administrative support, Music Conservatory and Faculty of Fine Arts Public Relations, in W810, Centre for the Arts. Somerville can be reached by phone at 403-329-2304.

Cello and Piano Concert

Enjoy the mellow sounds of the cello and piano on Feb. 2 at 8 p.m. in the Recital Hall with music faculty Tido Janssen and conservatory instructor and pianist Stacy Kwak. Janssen is a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician who has performed in Italy, Austria, Spain, Germany and the United States. Together with Kwak, he was the recipient of the prestigious Gerd Möller Foundation Grant for Emerging Musicians. He has recorded for Deutsche Welle and just completed a recording of chamber music for Centaur Records. Tickets are $15 regular and $10 student/senior.

Free Fine Arts Events

For the visiting artists lecture schedule, visit: www.uleth.ca/ffa/events

Found, Jan. 26 – March 2

The Found exhibition in the Main Gallery features new work by artists who address our urban environment by collecting discarded materials and re-framing these everyday items. The reception is in the Main Gallery at 4 p.m. on Jan. 26.

Music at Noon

All events are in the Recital Hall at noon unless otherwise indicated.

Jan. 16
Rob Tapper, trombone (Eastern Washington University)

Jan. 23
Blaine Hendsbee, tenor (U of L music faculty)

Jan. 30
The Ensemble Resonance (Calgary)


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