Lyrical Lines – Music and Sculpture from the Prairies 

Sunday, March 5, at 3:00 p.m.
St. John’s Anglican Cathedral, 816 Spadina Cres. East

Gustin House is delighted to present an array of creative artistic works that have arisen from the prairies. Three fine musicians and a sculptor who are all native to Saskatchewan, and who have appeared / exhibited internationally, are our featured artists. 

Soprano Helen Pridmore and pianist Michael Angell will perform music of composers who were active in the cultural life of Saskatoon and the province: British organist Harry Abley; the Maritime-born pianist and educator, Marguerita (Rita) Spencer; and Robert Fleming, originally from Prince Albert, who became a significant figure on the national musical stage.

There will also be organ music by another British composer who came to live in Saskatoon, 
Russell Green. His works will be performed by St. John’s Cathedral Organist, Gregory Schulte.

Douglas Bentham, known for large and dramatic sculptures that grace our city and are seen in 
centres across Canada, will display and speak about some of his works. Acknowledged as one of
the country’s pre-eminent artists in welded metal, he often draws on music for lyrical inspiration.

n.b. For the comfort and protection of artists and audience, masks are required at this event. 

Admission: $25, at the door (proceeds support artists and Gustin House inter-arts programs)