For the 2007-2008 season, the Regina Musical Club is proud to present: 

Saturday, September 15th, 2007:


What better way to open our Centennial Celebration than with Regina’s own “Contrasts” Piano Trio, featuring violinist Eduard Minevich and clarinetist Pauline Minevich, with pianist and composer David McIntyre. This group has a special affinity for new Canadian music, having commissioned, premiered and recorded works by David McIntyre and Elizabeth Raum.

Saturday, November 10th, 2007:


NOTE: CHANGE OF VENUE AND TIME!!!: Due to job action by CUPE 1975 at the University of Regina, the GUY FEW concert has been moved to St. Paul’s Cathedral, 1861 McIntyre St., starting at 8 pm. Thank-you!

Saskatoon born and raised, Guy Few is a powerful pianist and astonishing trumpeter, who delights audiences with his intensity and charm. Montreal’s Le Devoir calls him “outrageously gifted” and “quite simply phenomenal.” It is no wonder that this virtuoso is in demand as a soloist, and has played with many orchestras in Canada and the USA. Maybe we can convince him to play, or even sing, “Happy Birthday” to us. Sponsored by McLellan and Company Violin Shop.

Saturday, January 5th, 2008:

STELLA SALIDO PORTER, soprano (The Regina Musical Club 2007 Recital Competition Winner)  

Saskatchewan-born soprano, Stella Salido Porter, joins the illustrious list of young performers who have launched their careers with us. Currently teaching in Moose Jaw and working towards her Master of Music degree at the University of Regina, Ms. Salido Porter has performed throughout North America.

Saturday, March 8th, 2008:

ERIKA RAUM, violin 

We are delighted to bring former Recital Competition Winner violinist Erika Raum home to help mark our Hundredth Year. It is with pride we welcome this internationally acclaimed “young violinist of exceptional individuality, refinement and honesty” (The Globe and Mail) back to the Queen City.

Saturday, April 26th, 2008:


While still a high school student in rural Saskatchewan, pianist Audrey Andrist commuted to Regina for piano lessons with Dr. William Moore. She returns to celebrate our Centennial in an evening dedicated to the memory of her teacher, a former president of the Regina Musical Club.