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Dawson Creek to be treated to Schoen Duo’s classical flutes and violins
DAWSON CREEK – Dawson Creek music lovers will be treated to the sounds of classical flutes and violins this month, when touring musicians Kathleen and Thomas (of Dawson Creek) Schoen perform at the Kiwanis Performing Arts Centre (KPAC) on Feb. 17.
The Schoen Duo has toured Canada extensively, and their performances have been heard on CBC radio.
Their music ranges from early music to chamber and classical, and they perform using a variety of period instruments as well as modern sampling and looping machines and other new technology.
The Dawson Creek concert will include selections from their latest release, Profile. They will also be performing new material.
Tickets will be $20 for adult general admission, available at the KPAC box office.
For more information about the Schoen Duo, see their website at www.schoen-duo.ca.
Contact 250-782-9325 for more information.