Christmas Festival ............
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
with the Upper Canada Chordsmen ............
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We have some very exciting new material that we'll be working on, including many classics and contemporary works. As well, we're proud to be featuring a number of up and coming Canadian composers.
Would you or someone you know, like to join the award-winning Newmarket Citizens' Band?
Did you play long ago in high school, college or university? This is the perfect opportunity to get back into playing some great tunes with a very friendly group.
We're committed to the community band concept, providing an opportunity for community musicians of all levels of experience to make music and improve their skills, in a supportive and relaxed atmosphere.
The Newmarket Citizens' Band welcomes anyone teenaged and older, who can read music and play a band instrument. There are no auditions or waiting lists. Just drop in on a rehearsal anytime. Sheet music difficulty is suitable for intermediate and higher level players.
We rehearse every Tuesday night (7:45 p.m. SHARP). Effective August 2, 2016, the band will begin rehearsing in our new space in Lounge # 1 at the Ray Twinney Complex, 100 Eagle St W., Newmarket, ON L3Y 1J4. (Note: Lounge # 1 is located on the south side of the complex.) For more info please send us a message firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proudly sponsored by the Town of Newmarket
With Canada's sesquicentennial year only one month away, municipalities and organizations all over the country are searching their archives for records of significant events over the past 150 years which could stimulate community interest in this year of reflection and celebration.
Unfortunately, in the band world, there are few bands whose history goes back even half that 150-year time span. One band which does have some good material in their archives is the Newmarket Citizens' Band.
In a recent exploration of the band's archives, they found a photograph of the band taken in the year 1883.
With the sesquicentennial year approaching, what better time to show off this picture, to show the citizens of the community that their band has been there to provide music for town events for all but five years of Confederation......
as written by Jack MacQuarrie in the Wholenote December 2016.
To read the full article go to thewholenote.com
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