That’s Entertainment revue promises something for everyone

Something for everyone is promised in Red Deer College’s eclectic That’s Entertainment revue. The power-packed concerts on Saturday and Sunday will represent the best student performances of the year.

Something for everyone is promised in Red Deer College’s eclectic That’s Entertainment revue.

The power-packed concerts on Saturday and Sunday will represent the best student performances of the year.

Music Department students will be at the top of their game, showcasing jazz, rock and classical music duets, solos, trios and large ensemble works by composers such as Duke Ellington and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Some popular selections include Dream a Little Dream, My Funny Valentine, I Can’t Make You Love Me and Don’t Cry For Me Argentina.

Tickets for Saturday’s 7:30 p.m. and Sunday’s 2 p.m. concert are $20.20 ($16.20 students/seniors) from the Black Knight Ticket Centre.

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