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Brantford Symphony Orchestra Presents the Fall Music Crawl

Brantford Symphony Orchestra Presents the Fall Music Crawl

Crisp autumn air and vibrant colours on the trees. A wonderful backdrop for a Sunday afternoon exploring three of Brantford’s heritage sites while taking in the sounds of three exceptional concerts. The Brantford Symphony Orchestra is proud to present the 2nd  Annual Fall Music Crawl on Sunday October 21, 2018.
The Fall Music Crawl was originated last year to provide the chance to experience the BSO and other performance groups outside of their regular shows at the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts. The concerts provide a variety of musical offerings to appeal to many people and provide an opportunity to explore the historic buildings where the concerts are taking place.
 
Each performance is half an hour long, with 45 minutes between shows. This gives enough time to explore the historic building and get to the next site. Each ticket will have a starting location that patrons can choose upon purchase. Directions will be provided to the next site once they arrive at the first site.
 
Performances will be at 1:30pm, 2:45pm & 4:00pm. The lineup and locations for the Fall Music Crawl include:
 
-> Classical Guitars Alive with the Guitar Society of Brantford at Woodland Cultural Centre, 184 Mohawk St.
 
-> All My Loving with the Odin String Quartet at Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks, 301 Mohawk St.
 
-> Peace, Prayers and Remembrance, with the Brant Men of Song at the Canadian Military Heritage Museum, 347 Greenwich St.
 
Tickets are on sale now for only $30 and can be purchased online from the BSO website.

 

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