Posted on March 15, 2012 by Christopher Thrall

In eager anticipation of their international performance and study tour to Hungary, The Augustana Choir and selected alumni present “West Meets East”. Music of exemplary Canadian and Hungarian composers are featured, including works by Bartok, Freedman, Fulton, Halmos, King, Kodaly, Ligeti, Nickel, Martin, Orban and Schafer. This concert is dedicated to the memory of Hungarian-Canadian …

In eager anticipation of their international performance and study tour to Hungary, The Augustana Choir and selected alumni present “West Meets East”. Music of exemplary Canadian and Hungarian composers are featured, including works by Bartok, Freedman, Fulton, Halmos, King, Kodaly, Ligeti, Nickel, Martin, Orban and Schafer.

This concert is dedicated to the memory of Hungarian-Canadian musician and patron of the arts, Kalman Kovacs.

Tickets are available at the door: $16 adults, $12 students/seniors, $40 family

There will also be a silent auction that evening, which begins at 6:30 pm. Presented with partial support from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, and the Battle River Community Foundation, donations to the performance and study tour to Hungary are welcome. R.A.R.E.


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