Remembrance Day with The Band of the Royal Regiment of Canada

OCT 20 2016 • MSO TEAM

This concert will feature a repertoire of music themed around the wars of the 20th century. Under the musical direction of Maestro Denis Mastromonaco for the The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra and LT Kevin Anderson CD for The Band of The Royal Regiment of Canada, and in collaboration with Heritage Mississauga archives, this concert will commemorate the sacrifice of the soldiers and civilians during this time. Featuring performances by soloists, a children’s choir, and separate performances by the symphony and band, the concert will commence with a triumphant march of The Band of the Royal Regiment of Canada and culminate with an ending performance by both the band and the symphony of “The Maple Leaf Forever”.  Tickets can be purchased through the Living Arts Centre by calling: 905-306-6000, or by clicking here.

The Band of The Royal Regiment of Canada

The Band of the Royal Regiment of Canada is the oldest permanently organized band in the Canadian Forces. Based at Fort York in Toronto, Ontario, the band has continued to serve its Country, Province, and City in many different roles throughout the world since its formation in 1863. The Regiment evolved from the 10th Royal Grenadiers and thus inherits British traditions. The Regiment was authorized to wear the distinctive scarlet uniform of the “Guards” on all ceremonial occasions by decree of Queen Victoria. The Royal Regiment of Canada is an active reserve unit in 32 Brigade and an integral part of the Canadian Forces. Its members presently serve in Croatia, the Middle East, Eritrea, and across Canada.