Month: April 2017

Arts in Full Bloom at the Peel District School Board

Staff and students of the Peel District School Board (PDSB) are getting ready to share their many artistic talents with the community. In the coming days and weeks, a number of exciting arts events will be taking place. From April 24 – 27 and May 1 – 3, the “Peel Music Teachers Association Non-competitive Band Festival” will take place at the RBC Theatre at the Living Arts Centre. In partnership with Cosmo Music, the festival will provide a non-competitive venue in which 57 band ensembles involving students from grades 6 to 12 have an opportunity to perform for and...

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Experience the Sounds of Rome with the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra

Prepare to be both enchanted and energized as the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra (MSO) presents a musical tribute to the historical city of Rome. The MSO’s upcoming season finale gala, “Roman Festival”, will entertain you with a selection of masterpieces by some of the great Italian composers. Pieces included in the concert’s repertoire are Antonio Vivaldi’s Spring from The Four Seasons, Alessandro Marcello’s Concerto for Oboe, Gioachino Rossini’s Variations for Clarinet and Ennio Morricone’s Theme from Cinema Paradiso. In keeping with the theme of the evening, Ottorino Respighi’s Feste Romane will also be featured as an elaborate interpretation of the...

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Regions come together at Top Tier Toronto 2017

May 5 -7: Durham Hockey Institute will host the top North American hockey teams at this years’ Top Tier Toronto tournament in the Powerade Centre.  The event is considered one of the best the Spring season has to offer, with lots of energy and competition. The Durham Hockey Institute aims to provide young hockey players with education, skills and experience in the game of hockey. Their mission is to instill the core values youth will be able to use now and in the future. The event is co-hosted by Super AAA series and teams can register at:...

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Caledon concert band ready to celebrate Canada Day with community

The O Canada, One-Five-O! Caledon Concert Band will put on an evening of music, family and community May 28th. The program will consist of an All-Canadian music compositions, including rare works Royce Hall Suite by Healey Willan and Men of Dieppe by Steve Michell. Other music stylings on the agenda are Newfoundland Rhapsody, Swingin’ Shepherd Blues and Suite on Canadian Folksongs. Fred Stride, jazz educator, composer, arranger and band leader promises an arrangement of O Canada that will move you. The Caledon Concert Band Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the enhancement of musical education within the community....

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Get ready for Brampton’s sports hall of fame ceremony

The 37th Annual Brampton Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Cocktail Dinner will honour residents contributing to sports.  The event will be held at the Rose Theatre Icon Rose Theatre Main Stage May 9 and induct five members this year: Fran Rider – Builder (Women’s Hockey) Mark Evans – Builder (Lacrosse) Don Arthurs – Veteran (Lacrosse) Bill Zardo – Athlete (Stock Car Racing) Kelly Craig – Athlete (Softball) For information, visit:...

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