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Cecile Denis plays harp in Saskatchewan with the Regina Symphony Orchestra and the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, teaches and plays for private functions and weddings. Harp Saskatchewan, Cecile Denis, harpist, harp, pedal harp, orchestra, regina, saskatoon, saskatchewan, symphony, classical, music, private, functions, weddings, teach, celtic harp

Sound Advice For Sound Choices

Published in www.finelifestyles.ca Regina Fall 2011 issue p. 147

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A feel for the harp

By Joe Couture, Leader-Post February 11, 2010

'Romance of Dance'

Regina Symphony Orchestra with Cecile Denis and the Youth

Ballet Company of Saskatchewan.

8 p.m., Saturday

Conexus Arts Centre

Cecile Denis has loved the harp for decades.

"The playing of it, I've had the love of, ever since I was little, ever since I was six years old," she said. "It's ... very immediate. Your fingers are in direct contact with the strings. The sound-making is direct -- you don't have keys, or bow, or frets or anything in between. It's just you and the strings. It's also an instrument you feel against you. The vibrations, you can send out, because you feel them."

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Orchestra enthralls with classic sounds

By Joe Couture, Leader-Post February 16, 2010

REGINA SYMPHONY

Orchestra

Conexus Arts Centre

The Regina Symphony Orchestra featured the familiar and the fantastic during its show The Romance of Dance at the Conexus Arts Centre Saturday night.

The evening began with the performance of "Flamenco Dance," which was composed by the RSO's principal oboist Elizabeth Raum. The music was taken from two scenes from Raum's ballet, Carmen: The Passion, which was commissioned and performed by the Winnipeg Ballet in 2007. "Flamenco Dance," like selections from Raum's ballet the RSO has performed before, was rich, full and colourful. The beautiful work made for an engaging opening to the evening.

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