Music at Noon Concert Series presents Deanna Oye and Peter Visentin

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Music at Noon Concert Series presents:
Deanna Oye | piano & Peter Visentin | violin
12:15 pm | November 30, 2021
University Recital Hall
Free admission

Come and enjoy a recital program of sonatas for violin and piano by Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel.

All individuals aged 12 and over accessing our campus are required to be vaccinated, this includes all members of public attending our performances and events. The Government of Alberta has launched a vaccine record service with QR code to help identify vaccinated Albertans. Event attendees will be asked to show this proof and photo ID, prior to entering any venue. Attendees who cannot provide this attestation will be refused entry and no refunds will be issued. Venues include University Theatre, University Recital Hall, and David Spinks Theatre.

Masks are mandatory on campus and in all performance venues, for the full duration of the performance.



Violinist Peter Visentin has a highly varied career experience.  He has given more than 600 performances in recital, orchestral, and chamber music settings. In his early professional career, he performed with some of the world’s finest baroque performance specialists, making recordings for radio broadcast and retail sales. In his written research, Visentin’s biomechanics of music performance studies, undertaken in collaboration with Dr. Gongbing Shan (Kinesiology), has had a significant influence on the field of musician’s health research and is the most cited research in its area.

Pianist Deanna Oye is Associate Professor in the Department of Music at University of Lethbridge, where she teaches Studio Piano and developed the Collaborative Piano/Guitar course series. She holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from the Eastman School of Music where she studied with Dr. Jean Barr, and has given solo and collaborative performances throughout Canada, the U.S., Scotland, the Netherlands, Germany and Japan, with broadcasts on CBC Radio Two and National Public Radio in the U.S.  She has been invited to give master classes and talks throughout Canada and the US, and actively contributes to music organizations including MusCan, the Alberta Registered Music Teachers Association, the Alberta Piano Teachers Association, and the Canadian Music Centre Prairie Region.  Deanna is an enthusiastic advocate for new music and music in interdisciplinary contexts, with special interest in helping her students make connections between piano performance and their other passions.

Free admission
MASKS ARE MANDATORY | All uLethbridge COVID-19 protocols apply


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