At this time of year, there’s always a great debate about how soon is ‘too soon’ for the playing of Christmas music. Some love it year-round, while others prefer a much shorter window. With the Brantford Symphony Orchestra (BSO) scheduled to perform their annual Christmas concert in December, we hope we can all agree that it’s never too soon for a hearty BSO Christmas rendition!
The annual BSO Christmas Concert will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. at the historic Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts in downtown Brantford. The theme this year is “Christmas in the City” and the BSO is proud to welcome a very special guest, tenor Juan Chioran—one of the Stratford Festival’s leading performers.
Enjoy an evening out on the town, with the magic of the season sparkling in the air and twinkling in your eyes as you listen to classic Christmas songs that will leave you feeling merry and bright all weekend long. Let Maestro and his fabulous Brantford Symphony whisk you down memory lane with their collection of spirited tunes.
Tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for students (with proof of high school, college or University ID). Children and elementary students may attend for free.
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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.