Original work to be performed

An original work by Red Deer composer Vernon Murgatroyd will be performed — along with pieces by Mozart, Strauss and Puccini — at the next First Thursdays in the Snell concert.

An original work by Red Deer composer Vernon Murgatroyd will be performed — along with pieces by Mozart, Strauss and Puccini — at the next First Thursdays in the Snell concert.

Soprano Angela Siemens and pianist Murgatroyd will team up for a varied program of song and music on Thursday, Oct. 3, from 12:15 to 1 p.m. in the Snell Auditorium of the Red Deer Public Library.

Coffee and tea at the recital will be provided by Cafe Noir.

There’s no admission charge but donations can be made at the door.

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