April 10, 2019
Fans throughout Alberta were ecstatic to learn that CHARLEY PRIDE – one of the biggest country music stars of all time – will return to Red Deer for a one night performance on June 19th in The Centrium at Westerner Park.
CHARLEY PRIDE, who first appeared in Canada in 1968, has always has warm feelings about his performances here, stating that Canadian country music fans are some of the greatest most loyal fans in the world. Having recently returned from a whirlwind performance tour in Australia and New Zealand, “The Pride of Country Music” is still celebrating his 25th year as a member of Nashville’s world famous Grand Ole Opry.
CHARLEY PRIDE, who recently turned 85 is singing better than ever, and his 2019 show which also features his renowned band “The Pridesmen” will take fans on a real “trip down memory lane” as he focuses on the songs that have made him an iconic legend in Country Music.
Still making his home in Dallas Texas, Charley knows what it takes to please his audience and is often greeted with a standing ovation before the first song is finished. There is nothing outdated about his music as he continues to feature many of his thirty six “Number One Hits” in every show, always leaving fans satisfied with such songs as “Kiss An Angel Good Morning”, “Crystal Chandeliers”, “All I Have To Offer You Is Me”, “I’m So Afraid of Losing You Again”, and “Is Anybody Goin’ To San Antone”.
In addition to bringing forth some of the most legendary songs in country music his most recent CD… “Music In My Heart”… is “possibly the best CD he has ever released”. In this most recent project Pride clearly shows he is not afraid to record traditional sounding songs that he knows his long-time fans expect and will enjoy.
CHARLEY PRIDE in Red Deer in 2019. The magic continues!
WHEN: Wednesday, June 19, 2019 – 7 pm
WHERE: The CENTRIUM at Westerner Park – RED DEER
TICKETS: GO ON SALE FRIDAY, APRIL 12th AT 10:00 AM
Available at the Tickets Alberta Box Office at Westerner Park
Call 1-866-340-4450 or Available online at: www.ticketsalberta.com
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Time to consider RDSO Season Tickets
From the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra
The RDSO Reveals Upcoming Season
The 2019-2020 Season has a lot in store for central Alberta. The Main Series will deliver seven concerts with programming ranging from Pachelbel, to Lapalme, to music from Broadway.
We The North | October 5, 2019 | RDC Arts Centre
Come hear music from Russia, Finland and Norway. Though conceived in icy cold climates, don’t be fooled – this music is still full of warmth. The first concert of the season will feature the newly appointed principal cellist of the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Arnold Choi, in the highly demanding and exciting Sinfonia Concertante by Prokofiev.
Featuring Arnold Choi, Cello
PROKOFIEV: Sinfonia Concertante
GRIEG: Peer Gynt Suite
Czech Out These Bohemians | November 2, 2019 | RDC Arts Centre
Let Czech-born Edmontonian Zuzana Simurdova delight you in the very entertaining piano concertino by Bohuslav Martinů. And because there is no such thing as having too much Dvořák in life, this program will further visit the Bohemian countryside with his celebrated Serenade for Strings.
Featuring Zuzana Simurdova, Piano
MARTINŮ: Piano Concerto
DVOŘÁK: Serenade for Strings
Stringing The Holidays Together | December 7, 2019 | RDC Arts Centre
A concert for strings only, featuring the Rosedale Valley Strings Youth Orchestra playing alongside the RDSO’s string sections. This concert will feature a variety of Christmas favourites and a surprise or two.
Featuring Rosedale Valley Strings | Conductor Naomi Delafield
On Broadway | January 25, 2020 | RDC Arts Centre
The musical stage will come alive! This exciting pops concert will feature music ranging from old chestnuts to newly minted classics. From Cole Porter to Elton John, and Rogers & Hammerstein to Andrew Lloyd Webber, there will be something for everyone.
Rogers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Music; Cole Porter: Kiss me Kate; Claude Schönberg: Les Misérables; Elton John: The Lion King; Frederick Loewe: My Fair Lady; Stephen Sondheim: “A Little Night Music”; Pasek and Paul: The Greatest Showman ; Stephen Schwartz: Wicked; Leonard Bernstein: West Side Story ; Andrew Lloyd Webber: Phantom of the Opera
Canada On Canvas | February 22, 2020 | RDC Arts Centre
An all-Canadian tribute to the visual arts. Among works by Somers (on Picasso) and Korndorf (on Maud Lewis), there will be an exciting new premiere. Our very own Claude Lapalme is composing an important new work to celebrate and commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven.
Featuring the Premiere of the “Group of Seven Suite” by Claude Lapalme
Water Music | April 18, 2020 | Gaetz Memorial United Church
Presented by the RDSO, Rosa Barroca returns with a full complement of winds to present audience favorites from the baroque period, such as the Pachelbel Canon and the Suites from Handel’s Water Music.
Presenting Rosa Barocca
PACHELBEL: Canon and Gigue
ALBIONI GIAZIOTTO: Albinoni
HANDEL: Water Music
Finale Friday | FRIDAY, June 5, 2020 | RDC Arts Centre
Corey Hamm’s triumphant return to the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra. He will wow us with an energetic performance of Bartók’s Piano Concerto No. 2. Also on the program will be RDSO’s concerto competition winner from Red Deer’s 2019 Festival of the Performing Arts, Kathryn Fakeley. This incredible young cellist will be performing a movement of the Kabalevsky cello concerto. The evening will end with the 1812 Overture by
Tchaikovsky. It will be a sound spectacular!
Featuring Corey Hamm, Piano & 2019 Red Deer Festival of Performing Arts Winner Kathryn Fakeley, Cello
BARTÓK: Piano Concerto No. 2
KABALEVSKY: Cello Concerto
TCHAIKOVSKY: 1812 Overture
For information regarding Season Memberships and a downloadable 2019-2020 Season booklet visit https://www.rdso.ca/
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