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Christmas with Buzz Brass
December 1, 2022 @ 7:30 pm–9:00 pm PST
The Trail & District Arts Council opens their new classical series with Christmas with Buzz Brass on December 1st. Enjoy a glass of wine as you enjoy an intimate salon style experience where you will be up close with these talented Canadian artists.For the holidays, the Buzz Brass quintet offers a concert embodying all of the festive season’s magic, combining emotion with a touch of humour. The show includes classics such as Tchaikovsky’s ”Nutcracker” suite and “Silent Night”, as well as more modern repertoire like “Sleigh Ride” and “The Twelve Days of Christmas”. A concert for the entire family to enjoy! Get a mini burst of Christmas good cheer in the trailer. https://youtu.be/Hta5ha4ysKE. Since 2002, Buzz Brass quintet has been travelling all over the globe to captivate classical music lovers. Buzz Brass has earned numerous awards and distinctions over the years (Opus, ADISQ, and Trille Or) that attest to both the quality and the relevance of its musical performances. Its latest productions have seen them collaborate with established symphony orchestras including those of Gatineau, Winnipeg and Quebec City, as well as with Ottawa’s National Arts Centre Orchestra. Buzz Brass Musicians: Sylvain Lapointe (founder/trumpet), Frédéric Gagnon (solo trumpet), Pascal Lafrenière (horn), Jason de Carufel (trombone), Sylvain Arseneau (bass trombone). “A first-class brass quintet, with a likeable flair for humour and for pleasing a crowd without uttering a word.” — Three Weeks Edinburgh Newspaper (Scotland) “An astonishing combination of musical virtuosity and humour.” – Montreal’s daily La Presse “The music is skillful and so engagingly played as to be worth recommending to all ages.” – The List “These five musicians are fearless! The Montreal quintet tackles major works and its rendition gives the impression they have been written for its two trombones, two trumpets and horn.” – Montreal’s Voir Only 100 tickets available. Get your tickets now! Individual Adult Ticket: $30.00. Tickets for 2 Classical Series shows are $50. General Admission. Two 45 minute sets. Licensed event. Regular tickets can be purchased online or by phone at 250-368-9669, and in person at the Bailey Box Office at 1501 Cedar Ave., Trail. Two show for $50 tickets can only be purchased through the box office in person or by phone. The other show in our classical series is Nicolas Ellis and The Agora Quartet on March 18, 2023. Nature’s Folk Songs is a vibrant, energetic chamber music concert that features works inspired by folk and nature from composers Ernest MacMillan, Lili Boulanger, Ann Southam, Marcus Goddard and Dvořák. The Agora String Quartet is composed of young and talented professional musicians from the Orchestre de l’Agora, accompanied by pianist and conductor Nicolas Ellis. The classical series is supported by the BC Arts Council, the BC Touring Council, the Government of British Columbia and South Kootenay Tourism. This series is funded [in part] by the Government of Canada. / Ce projet est financé [en partie] par le gouvernement du Canada.