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‘Bridgerton’ music and more at SSO String Quartet concerts

You can catch the quartet at library on March 11 and Place des Arts March 12
SSO String Quartet.

The SSO String Quartet has prepared another concert for the whole family.

Check out the “Bridgertons and Borodin” concert at the library’s main branch and Place des Arts on March 11 and 12, respectively.

There is a suite of music from the popular “Bridgertons” and a quartet written by Alexander Borodin in 1881. It is very possible that the luscious melodies that you hear from the Borodin will be more familiar to you than the Bridgerton Melodies.

There is an added narration element provided by Katie Behun that ties the Borodin Quartet together in an intriguing way.

Behun is no stranger to the stage. Performing has always been and always will be her passion. She began singing and playing her guitar on the stage at eight years old. 

From there, she fell in love with it and found herself with YES Theatre starting at 12 years old in Les Misérables in Concert. She has also performed in productions of Mamma Mia!, Mary Poppins and the Live at the Grotto Concert series. 

Throughout the years, she also worked with Theatre Cambrian and Sudbury Performance Group. Currently, Behun is the weather specialist with CTV Northern Ontario.

The SSO will present this concert in a shortened informal form on March 11 at 10:15 a.m. at the Main MacKenzie Street Library. This concert will be free to the public.

For the concert at Place des Arts March 12, tickets can be purchased online here or at the door. For more information, contact SSO at [email protected] or 705-222-8768, ext. 4.