An evening parade, Start location to be determined or check the North Dundas events calendar, http://northdundas.com/community/community-events-calendar/
Get ready for a musical journey back in time to your local movie theater.
This concert is set to be a fun multi-media experience with many of your
favourite movie themes including music from Bugs Bunny, the Lone Ranger and
Walt Disney’s very popular presentation,”Fantasia”. Enjoy this fascinating
review of the “serious” music that found a home in the popular Saturday
Afternoon Matinee movies and cartoons.
Tickets are $20.00 per person and are available at the door.
A private, invitation-only, event for the Norwegian Embassey as they celebrate their national day on May 17
Welcome to the annual CHEO Teddy Bear’s Picnic event. We’ll march on the Teddy Bears with their own song then head over to a shady area to play a selection of tunes for about an hour.
Come out to a lovely evening of brass band music in the beautiful Hardy Park Bandshell overlooking the St. Lawrence Seaway.
We’ll be playing appropriate tunes outside as people enter the Diefenbunker for a concert that’s part of the Music and Beyond festival.
We’re performing here as part of the Music and Beyond festival. More details here:
Playing a free concert at the University of Ottawa as part of the Music and Beyond festival. Details here:
The Last Night of the Proms Concert is a traditional event in London, England, performed at the Royal Albert Hall and is always the last concert of a series featuring many different orchestras, soloists, bands and other artists.
In the first half we will celebrate the best in Canadian music with performances by local talents: Chris Coyea, tenor; Alex Fleurieu-Chateau, bass; and the St. John’s United Church Choir.
For the second half, be sure to bring your flags, hats, whistles, and sense of fun as we celebrate the traditional music always included in a LNOTP concert!
Cost is $30.00 meal and performance in advance, $35.00 at the door. Concert only $20.00 Meal details will be provided soon.
A Festival of Remembrance is a wonderful and emotional acknowledgment of all our brave Canadian men and women who have served Canada throughout the decades. The evening features the Maple Leaf Brass Band from Ottawa conducted by Maestro David Druce, the beautiful voices of tenor, Christopher Coyea and bass, Alex Fleuriau Chateau and the choir of St. John’s United Church under the direction of Anne Landon. There is no more fitting way to spend your Remembrance Day evening then at this emotionally charged concert commemorating all that Canada has offered the world in times of strife.