House Programs

Venue: Gustin House 

512 -10th Street East


Admission at the door:

$25 regular / $15 student


Reservations required due to space limits: early reservation recommended.

Please inform of changes.


To reserve: 306-373-9103

or  email




Old Songs in a New World:

Folk-inspired Music for Two Pianists


Katherine Dowling and Clark Schaufele, piano

Sunday, November 25, 3:00 p.m. at Gustin House
Gustin House, 512 - 10thSt. East, Saskatoon

Admission: $25 regular / $15 student
(proceeds to artists and inter-arts programs at Gustin House)
Reservations required due to space limits ~ early reservation recommended.
Please inform of changes.
To reserve: (306) 373-9103,  or e-mail (see sidebar at left)  

Folk music, the traditional music of the people in a country or region, has for centuries inspired composers through its rhythms, melodies, and textures. In a program of duo, duet and solo music, pianists Katherine Dowling and Clark Schaufele invite the audience on a journey from Andalusia to Bali, from Budapest to Oslo, with music by Brahms, de Falla, Tveitt, Dvorák, and others. Through compositions that draw on rich ethnic traditions and time-honoured songs, listeners are connected to universal human experiences of joy and sorrow, loss and love, transcending space, time, and cultures.   

Award-winning pianist Dr. Katherine Dowling has performed across North America and Europe as soloist and chamber musician. A native of Regina and Gustin musical descendant, she currently teaches at the University of Regina and adjudicates and performs throughout the province. Dr. Clark Schaufele–performer, accompanist-coach and educator–has a multi-faceted career spanning genres, and on both piano and double bass, he appears in tours, shows and recordings across a range of genres. He is presently Head of Piano at the University of Regina Conservatory of Performing Arts.





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