Posted on February 6, 2012 by Christopher Thrall

Edmonton’s professional chamber choir will perform in Camrose with guest conductor Erik Westberg, in part, a fund-raiser for the Augustana Choir Hungary Tour in May.

Edmonton’s professional chamber choir will perform in Camrose with guest conductor Erik Westberg, featuring “Heart Meditations”, an exciting new work by Toronto composer David Mott. Mr. Mott will also be in attendance.

Westberg is an internationally-renowned and award-winning Swedish conductor and founder of Choral Singing for Peace and Justice.

This concert is, in part, a fund-raiser for the Augustana Choir Hungary Tour in May.

Tickets are available at the door of the University Chapel in limited numbers, and in advance at Candler Art Gallery, the Augustana Book Store and from members of the Augustana Choir. $25 adults, $20 students or $55 for a family.

Sponsors for this presentation include 790 CFCW, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Canada Council for the Arts and the Fairmont Hotel MacDonald. R.A.R.E.


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