Mainstreet PEI | Feb 8, 2013 | 7:19

Dr. Richard Covey - World Premiere of ARISE

The PEI Symphony has special plans for this Sunday's performance. A guest conductor from New York, a spotlight on a young PEI violin talent and the world premiere of a new work. It's created by Dr. Richard Covey who teaches music theory and composition at UPEI. The world premiere of his work ARISE takes place Sunday at 2:30 at the Confederation Centre of the Arts. There is a pre-concert talk at 1:15.

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