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On July 9, 2015, Marnie Giesbrecht and Joachim Segger will be awarded honorary fellowships in the Royal Canadian College of Organists at the convocation of the RCCO in Winnipeg, MB.


Marnie Giesbrecht and Joachim Segger, organ and piano
Friday, September 25, 2015, 7:30 pm
First Presbyterian Church
10025-105 Street Zachary

Zachary Wadsworth: Longlac Tableaux (World Première)
Fanfares: Sunrise over Long Lake
Tarentella: “Black Fly Season”
Meditation: “The Aurora in the Snow”
Cortège : “Logs on the River”
Ode: “The Silver Steeple”

Works by Denis Bédard, Barrie Cabena, Joe Utterback

Tickets $25, Seniors and Students $20
Advance tickets: contact ken.munro@shaw.ca or call 780-421-1865

Marnie Giesbrecht: Preludes 2 through 6
Joachim Segger: Preludes 7 through 12

Marnie Giesbrecht

Marnie Giesbrecht is a versatile keyboard artist who has performed in major cities and universities in Canada, the United States, Europe, South Africa and Asia.

Dr. Giesbrecht is Professor Emerita at the University of Alberta, Adjunct Professor of Music at The King’s University in Edmonton, Alberta and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
Joachim Segger  

Canadian keyboard artist Joachim Segger is a versatile musician who maintains an active career performing piano, duo and chamber recitals and concertos.

Dr. Joachim Segger is Chair and Professor of Music at The King's University, Edmonton, Alberta; and Adjunct Professor of Music/Keyboard Faculty at the University of Alberta.