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Lacie Marchand

Grad Recital Lacie Marchand - saxophone

April 25 at 8:15 p.m.

This event is FREE and open to the public.

Lacie Marchand has been studying the saxophone since the age of 12, performing at festivals, local venues, charity functions, in musical orchestra pits and academic concerts both as a soloist and ensemble member.  She  received a Bachelor of Musical Arts from the University of Western in Ontario and is currently enrolled in her first year of the Masters in Musical Performance program at the University of Calgary.  Within the university she actively participates as an ensemble member, section leader and teaching assistant for Dr. Jeremy Brown.  Recently, Lacie was involved in the launch of the University of Calgary's new School of Creative and Performing Arts as a guest soloist and performing artist within the new School's first collaborative arts project, Aesop's Fables.  She recently qualified as a soloist for the 2014 RBC Concerto competition, and performed with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra in February.  Within the city of Calgary, Lacie currently teaches saxophone both privately and as a studio instructor for Long and McQuade.  She continues to seek new performance projects and is excited with the prospect of new collaborations within the arts.