Graduation recital sure to please music lovers

Talented flautist plays a range from Bach to 21st century.

Vocalist Shannon Harris and musician Rachel Peacock will perform on March 15 at 2 p.m. at the Red Deer College Main Stage. Peacock will play music from Baroque to Twenty-first century. She will be accompanied by Deborah Protsack.

Red Deer – Rachel Peacock has been playing music for most of her life, and now she’s sharing that talent with the Red Deer community. Originally from Rimbey, Rachel currently resides in Sylvan Lake, Alberta. As Rachel wraps up her diploma in music from Red Deer

College, she will be performing the flute in a recital at the Red Deer College Main Stage Auditorium on March 15th at 2pm. To really showcase her skill Rachel will be playing music from Baroque to Twenty-first century. Rachel will be accompanied by Deborah Protsack. Vocalist Shannon Harris will also perform.

“I am delighted to be able to perform great flute literature that spans four centuries as a way of celebrating and sharing my experience studying at Red Deer College,” Rachel says. “The Red Deer College Main Stage is an amazing venue to perform in and I am thrilled to be sharing the stage with Shannon Harris.”

Rachel is also a graduate of Rosebud School of the Arts, having completed their Dramatic Arts programme in 2008. Since then she has shared her musical talents in several shows, most recently as the Phoenix in “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” in November/December 2014 and will be in Rosebud Theatre’s production of “The Wizard of Oz” this summer. Fans of her work and those who simply love music will be able to enjoy her skillful performance for no cost.

For more information, contact Rachel Peacock at email address: rachelmpeacock@gmail.com or phone number 403-334-0591.

 

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