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Music Performance Competition Finals Concert
The UPEI Department of Music presents the finals of the annual Dr. Frances Gray Music Competition today at 7:30 p.m. (snow date: tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.) in the Dr. Steel Recital Hall at UPEI.
A highlight of the academic year, this performance features those who are among this year’s finest emerging artists. Performers include soprano Taylor Donald (fourth-year bachelor of music education student in the studio of Sung Ha Shin-Bouey), percussionist Ryan Drew (fourth-year bachelor of music student in the studio of professor David Shephard), soprano Tara Llewellyn (third-year year bachelor of music education student in the studio of Sung Ha Shin-Bouey), saxophonist Joana McKearney (fourth-year year bachelor of music student in the studio of Karem J. Simon) and tenor, Ian Soloman (third-year bachelor of music student in the studio of professor Stephen Bouey).
The adjudicating panel for this year's finals recital includes Jeffery Bassett-Jones, Steve Bellamy, Donald Fraser, Valerie MacKenzie and Shannon Scales.
Admission is adults, $15, and students, $10. Tickets are available at the door.