Adult Concert Band Workshop will be held at Red Deer College from Jan. 18 to 20. (Photo contributed)

Red Deer College hosts concert band workshop

Free concert presentation

Musicians from across Alberta will be making music at the 34th annual Adult Concert Band Workshop at Red Deer College next Friday to Sunday.

Musicians will participate in full band rehearsals with guest conductors and there will be a variety of social activities and networking opportunities.

The weekend will finish with a free concert Jan. 20 at 12:30 p.m on the Mainstage of the Red Deer College Arts Centre.

Guest conductors for the weekend are Chee Meng Low of the University of Lethbridge and Cheryl Ferguson of Winnipeg.

For more information, or to register, visit RDC’s website or call the school of continuing education at 403-357-3663.



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