Stockings with Care

QUEEN CITY BRASS BAND

Presents

Stockings with Care
Christmas Concert

Dr. Peter Meechan, Music Director

with guest conductors
Allen McWillams
And Michelle Styles

Knox-Metropolitan United Church
2340 Victoria Avenue
Wednesday, December 21, 2016, 7:30PM

For admission, we are collecting socks:
Adults – 2 pair
Child – 1 pair

All sizes are needed, for men, women and children.

This year’s Christmas concert is a unique one not to be missed! Socks of all sizes are the most needed item by homeless shelters, so put a sock (or two) in our collection box, and let the Queen City Brass Band rock your socks! 

Reception to follow

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Spring Spectacular featuring David Thornton

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QUEEN CITY BRASS BAND Presents
Spring Spectacular

Featuring David Thornton
International Euphonium Soloist
and Recording Artist

Mark Preece, Music Director

Knox-Metropolitan United Church
2340 Victoria Avenue Saturday, June 18, 2016, 7:30PM

General Admission – $15.00 Students – $10.00
Children under 12 – Free

www.queencitybrass.ca
www.euphoniumsoloist.co.uk

Dr. David Thornton is regarded as one of the foremost euphonium players and teachers of his generation and has a global reputation as a performer and clinician.

His work as a soloist, conductor and educator is renowned throughout the brass playing world to have a distinct hallmark of extreme virtuosity, professionalism and an ability to connect with audiences like few others in his field.

A Tribute to Ray Steadman-Allen, June 13

band poster ray - MediumKnox-Metropolitan United Church, 2340 Victoria Avenue, Regina, Sask.
Saturday, June 13
7:30 PM
Reception to follow

General admission: $15
Students: $10
Children under 12: Free

Please join us as we pay tribute to Ray Steadman-Allen, famed composer for the Salvation Army. RSA, as he was known, wrote over 200 pieces for brass band before passing away last December.

 

U of R Christmas concerts to feature QCBB members

Several of our members play with the University of Regina Concert Band and Orchestra. If you like live music, you’ll love these two concerts.

U of R Concert Band and Wind Ensemble

It’s Cold Outside … But Warm Inside

Featuring works by Barber, Holsinger, Lo Presti, Hazo and others. With special guests: the U of R Clarinet Choir and the Dr. Martin LeBoldus Senior Band.

  • Monday, December 1
  • 7:30 p.m.
  • Dr. William Riddell Centre
  • Adults: $10
    Seniors: $7
    Students: Free with ID

U of R Orchestra

Christmas Eve

Featuring A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Mendelssohn and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Christmas Eve Suite.

  • Tuesday, December 2
  • 8 p.m.
  • Dr. William Riddell Centre
  • Adults: $10
    Seniors: $7
    Students: Free with ID

For more information, contact music@uregina.ca or 306-585-5532.

QCBB to play O Canada for Regina Pats

The Queen City Brass Band will play the national anthem before the Regina Pats game against the Brandon Wheat Kings on Wednesday, December 3. The puck drops at 7 p.m., but arrive early as we will also be playing at the Salvation Army kettle before the game.

Two weeks on Wednesday, December 17, we’ll again join the Salvation Army Brass Band when the Pats take on the Lethbridge Hurricanes.

Join us for some great music and drop some money in the kettle. Your donation will make a difference!

Sounds of Christmas, Dec. 13

The Queen City Brass Band presents

Sounds of Christmas

Saturday, December 13, 2014
7:30 p.m.
Knox-Metropolitan United Church
2340 Victoria Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan

Mark Preece Music Director

General Admission: $15
Students: $10
Children under 12: Free

Reception to follow