07 January 2008

Memorial Celebration of the Life and Work of Charlotte Glencross

Saturday, January 19, 2008
7:30 pm

Charlotte Street Arts Centre (CSAC), 732 Charlotte St., Fredericton, NB

The memorial celebration will be in two parts: a formal program with speakers and music from 7:30 to 8:30 pm, followed by an informal reception from 8:30 to 10:00 pm. A representative selection of Charlotte’s art and craft work will be on display.

Part I: Program
7:30–8:30 pm, CSAC Auditorium

The organizers respectfully request that all persons attending be seated by 7:30 pm.

Introductory Remarks: Jon Thompson

Program Chair: Gerry Clarke

Motion Ensemble: Andrew R. Miller, base; Helen Pridmore, soprano; Nadia Francavilla, violin; D’Arcy Phillip Gray, percussion; Karin Aurell, flute; Richard Hornsby, clarinet–music by Bach

1. Penny Ericson, President, Fredericton Arts and Learning (FAL)
2. Hon. Herménégilde Chiasson, Lieutenant-Governor, Honorary Chair of FAL, artist
3. Hon. Shawn Graham, Premier and Roxane Reeves–Remarks read by Gerry Clarke

Motion Ensemble – The Masks of Love, music by Michael R. Miller, text by Alden Nowlan

4. Peter Thomas, ceramic artist
5. Karen LeBlanc, fibre artist

Angela Birdsell, soprano and Steven Peacock, classical guitar

6. Hon. Andy Scott, Member of Parliament
7. Margaret Ann Capper, ceramic artist
8. Johanne Landry, musician, lawyer

Motion Ensemble–Sleeping Out, music by Michael R. Miller, text by Alden Nowlan

9. Susan Butterfield, Director, Human Rights Commission
10. Hon. John Bryden, Member of Senate

Motion Ensemble–music by Mozart

Concluding Remarks: Rick Glencross

Part II: Reception
8:30–10:00 pm, CSAC

(Back-up date and location in the event of a storm: January 20, 2:30-5:00 pm, at CSAC)
CSAC: tel. 506 454 6952; website http://www.fal-inc.com

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