The Regina Musical Club kicks off its 2015-16 season with a performance on Sunday, Sept. 13 by pianist Deanne Mohr (pictured). Mohr has roots in Regina, where she obtained her Bachelor of Music degree in 1993. She currently teaches at Winona State University in Minnesota.
The concert will be held at University of Regina Theatre at 2 p.m. on Sunday. For ticket information you can visit the RMC website. Individual tickets, and season subscriptions are both available, and U of R Students are admitted free with ID.
Other concerts this season (all at University of Regina Theatre at 2 p.m.) include:
Sunday, Oct. 11
TRIO CONCERTANTE with Nancy Dahn (violin), Simon Fryer (cello) and Tim Steeves (piano).
Sunday, Nov. 8
DUO RENDEZVOUS with Jasper Wood (violin) and Daniel Bolshoy (guitar).
Sunday, Jan. 10
ALYSSA RAMSAY (CELLO) Regina Musical Club 2015 Recital Competition Winner
Sunday, Feb. 14
LUIS MARIO OCHOA CUBAN QUARTET
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