CFAM Radio 950's 65th Anniversary celebration continues Friday, August 5th with one more opportunity for us to gather and enjoy reflecting on connecting communities through music and more. We’re so excited to present Rosemary Siemens and friends in concert at Buhler Hall in Gretna. The evening is absolutely FREE, and we hope to see all of you from across Southern Manitoba that evening.
The concert begins at 7pm, and Morning Show Co-Host Chris Sumner will be hosting the evening, so all we need now is for you to join us.
The evening is titled “From Plum Coulee to Carnegie Hall – A Journey on Four Strings”. Throughout the night, Rosemary will take us through her musical career, which has spanned the globe. She also promises to have a few surprise guests join her on stage along the way.
There are no tickets to reserve, just join us August 5th at 7pm at Buhler Hall at Mennonite Collegiate Institute in Gretna for Rosemary Siemens “From Plum Coulee to Carnegie Hall – A Journey on Four Strings”.
Rosemary Siemens is a four-time Gospel Music Award winning violinist and vocalist and has performed at the Grand Ole Opry, three times at St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican, four times at Carnegie Hall, for two U.S. Presidents and Canadian Prime Ministers, and was the first violinist to ever perform at the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican since its first mass in 1483. With over one hundred million views across social media, Rosemary’s weekly YouTube show entitled Sunday Hymn Serenade features a new Christian hymn every Sunday, and has touched countless lives around the world through her musical ministry. Rosemary recently received a thank you letter from Queen Elizabeth II for her SaxAndViolin version of “God Save The Queen” alongside her husband, Eli Bennett, and was recently awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal for her contributions to the arts in Canada.