November 21, 2017
It has been a fabulous fall for the Cecilian Chamber Series! From our opening concert of our 7th season with the Montrose Trio to the Canada 150 fundraising concert and the Cecilia String Quartet with James Campbell, clarinet and the delightful Legends and Stories concert of Philip Chiu it has been a musically rich time.
It is important to the Cecilian Chamber Series that each audience member has an exceptional Cecilian experience every time they come to one of our concerts. This requires some very important elements: great musicians, an appropriate concert venue which we are lucky to have in Knox-Metropolitan United Church, and a welcoming and attentive atmosphere for which we rely on a very special group of people – the volunteers.
Volunteers do much work behind the scenes leading up to the concert preparation and in preparing every aspect of the front of house operation for when our audience arrives. They are dedicated and committed to making sure that every person from the artists to the donors and sponsors and every audience member have a memorable Cecilian Experience. For this they have received many rave reviews from our patrons and artists for their friendly and professional organized attentiveness to every detail. AND along with their great commitment, they took it upon themselves to be the sponsors of the Cecilia String Quartet concert with James Campbell in October.
An enormous thanks to volunteers for their enthusiastic support for bringing great music to Regina and adding to the cultural opportunities in our community! It could not happen without you! As the Artistic and Executive director of the Cecilian Chamber Series I am truly proud to be the able to work with such a committed group of people!