My review of the Regina Symphony Orchestra concert with Trio Frontenac…

…is online this morning at the LeaderPost. Here’s how it begins:

Crisp execution, snappy passing, solid teamwork and an exciting finish — the Regina Symphony Orchestra’s Mosaic Masterworks concert Saturday night had it all.

Sorry, what did you think I was talking about?

Blame Maestro Victor Sawa for the football metaphor: he referenced the Super Bowl in his introductory remarks (he was cheering for Arizona, by the way). Fortunately, it fits.

Quarterbacks can only dream of play execution as crisp as that of Trio Frontenac, comprising Darren Lowe on violin, his wife Suzanne Beaubien on piano, and Blair Lofgren on cello.

The Quebec City trio with deep Regina roots (both Lowe and Lofgren hail from here) played with precision and panache in Beethoven’s rarely-heard Triple Concerto.

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