Take a bow: music students put on superb show

Singer/songwriter and guitarist Ashley Crnic (left) was one of more than 25 Carleton University music students who performed in the Carleton Music Showcase on Friday, January 11, 2008. About 250 family, friends and members of the public enjoyed the showcase, which was held in the Kailash Mital Theatre. Under the supervision of Professor James Wright, students performed rock, fusion, new country, music theatre and jazz compositions. Besides Crnic, the cast included Eric Disero, Anastasia Filippova, Stephen Helferty, Katie Hurdon and Geoffrey Stone.

The next Carleton Music Showcase, featuring students

studying classical music performance, will be held on April 10 at 7:30 p.m. In addition, students and other interested musicians will have the opportunity to attend a clinic with internationally acclaimed Canadian guitarist Don Ross (right) on March 15 at 2:00 p.m., also in the Kailash Mital Theatre.

Ross will perform select pieces while discussing his unique approach to the guitar. Readers who are interested in more information about the clinic can visit www.donrossottawa.com. More information about the upcoming musical showcase is available at carleton.ca/music.

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