JUNE 5 LETTER: Really enjoying the Operantics’ antics

A standing ovation for the Operantics, three talented ladies, two from Rock Creek and one from Osoyoos.


A standing ovation for the Operantics! What is that, you may ask?

Operantics is the antics of three very talented ladies, two from Rock Creek and one from Osoyoos.

These three know how to put on a show.

Their talent was very evident on May 18 at the Christina Lake Art Centre when they wowed the audience. They performed pieces from Handel, Mozart, Bach and delighted the audience with Meow – a one-word duet performed by Peri Best and Beverly Haskell accompanied on piano by Vivien Browne.

These ladies rock!  Make sure you take the next opportunity to see these amazing ladies.

Anne LeBlanc, Greenwood

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