Sylvia Verhaegen-Tingle, a computing consultant in Information Technology Services, laboratory safety coordinator in the Chemical Control Centre, won yesterday’s DailyNews contest and two tickets to the faculty concert “Chamber Ensembles and Electronics,” Saturday, February 11, at 7:30 p.m. in Assumption University Chapel.
Her name was drawn from all respondents who correctly identified CBC Radio 2 as the broadcaster who will air a recording of the concert, music professor Brent Lee as a composer whose work will be featured on the program, and Patrick Carrabré’s Orpheus Drones for piano and electronics as the piece Megumi Masaki will perform.
Tickets to Saturday’s concert are $15 general admission and $5 for students, available at the door or in advance by phone at 519-253-3000, ext. 4212, or online at www.uwindsor.ca/music.
The concert is part of the Windsor Canadian Music Festival, a collaboration between the School of Music and the Windsor Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra will perform a program of works for chamber orchestra and interactive electronics commissioned from four Canadian composers tonight – Friday, February 10 – at 7:30 p.m. in Assumption University Chapel. Contact the orchestra for tickets at 519-973-1238.