by Valerie VanDixhoorn
It’s that time of year again! The Brantford Symphony Orchestra’s 3rd Annual Fall Music Crawl will be held on Sunday, October 20, 2019 from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Listen to beautiful performances by three amazing groups, at three stunning locations.
Tickets are $30 a person and can be purchased beforehand online or at the Woodland Cultural Centre before the performance starts. Admission is valid for all 3 performances.
The way this event works is simple. You select the number of tickets, and you choose your starting concert, and go to the next performance in order. All three shows begin at 1:30 p.m., with the second show at 2:45 p.m., and the final show at 4:00 p.m. All performances are 30 minutes in length. Here is the different order of the shows you can follow:
Starting Show 1:30 p.m. Second Show 2:45 p.m. Final Show 4:00 p.m.
Option 1: Start at Woodland Cultural Centre, next Canadian Military Heritage Museum, final W. Ross MacDonald
Option 2: Start at W. Ross MacDonald, next Woodland Cultural Centre, final Canadian Military Heritage Museum
Option 3: Start at Canadian Military Heritage Museum, next W. Ross MacDonald, final Woodland Cultural Centre
Spend the afternoon listening to a diverse and dynamic line up of music, including:
Folk, Blues & Pop with Pleasant Ridge
Woodland Cultural Centre, 184 Mohawk St.
Featuring Pleasant Ridge
W. Ross MacDonald School, 350 Brant Ave.
Join Denis Rondeau and Just Friends
Violin Melodies Through the Ages
The Canadian Military Heritage Museum, 347 Greenwich St.
With Eighth Notes con Spirito and Friends from Janet Pasila’s Violin Studio
Don’t miss out on this amazing experience! Be sure to visit the Brantford Symphony Orchestra website for more information.
About the Brantford Symphony Orchestra
The formally designated Brantford Symphony Orchestra was established in 1919 under the direction of Dr. F. C. Thomas. As an orchestra of approximately 70 professional musicians of the highest caliber, the BSO thrives under the expert tutelage of musical director and conductor Philip Sarabura. Sarabura, alongside the board of directors of the Brantford Symphony Orchestra, invites the people of Brantford and surrounding area to come out and enjoy the music at one of their many annual events.