Classical Music and Art at Gustin House, October 28, 2007

The season’s first inter-arts event took place at Gustin House on Sunday evening, October 28. Oxana Ossiptchouk, violinist with the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, James Legge, principal violist of the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, and pianist Gregory Schulte performed Mozart’s Trio in E-flat, KV 498 (The “Kegelstatt” Trio), along with other works. Carrie Allen, an archaeological illustrator and a specialist in the analysis and reproduction of ancient art, spoke on mythology as the subject of artwork in the classical period, and showed several low-relief carvings. The photos were taken during the reception by Gustin House photographer, Michael Pomedli.

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