MUSIQUE ROYALE

Saturday April 2 2022, 2:00 PM

Maritime Brass Quintet

Lunenburg School of the Arts
Saturday 2 April – 2:00 PM

$5 at the door (4 years and under free)..

Featuring

Maritime Brass Quintet : Curtis Dietz (trumpet), Richard Simoneau (trumpet), Gina Patterson (horn), Dale Sorensen (trombone), Bob Nicholson (tuba/bass trombone)

About

Musique Royale is delighted to feature the melodious sounds of the Maritime Brass Quintet for our upcoming Cookie Concert at the Lunenburg School of the Arts (6 Prince St) at 2 pm on Saturday April 2nd. The Quintet has been described by the Chronicle Herald as having “as fine a blend as you can get with instruments from different makers” and musically their “sound (…) was sunny and glorious”. Quintet members have studied throughout North America and performed or held positions with many of the world’s leading ensembles, including l’Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, National Arts Centre Orchestra, Windsor Symphony, Hamilton Philharmonic, Canadian Opera Company Orchestra, and of course, Symphony Nova Scotia. Join us for an afternoon of great music followed by a sweet treat!

Cookie Concerts are Musique Royale’s child friendly concert series which take place on the first Saturday of the month at 2 pm (from Oct-June) at the Lunenburg School of the Arts.

About Maritime Brass Quintet

The Maritime Brass Quintet brings the highest caliber chamber music to concert halls, churches, festivals and schools across the Maritimes. Since forming in the spring of 2011, the Maritime Brass Quintet embarked on a busy concert schedule including Debut Atlantic 2015/2016 Artists in Residence and have been featured guests at many of the regions’ well-known concert series and performance venues: including the Scotia Festival of Music, Musique Royale, the Music Room, Acadia University, St. Francis Xavier University, University of Prince Edward Island, Universite de Moncton, Memorial University, and University of New Brunswick. They frequently collaborate with some of the region’s finest musicians including Paul Halley and the King’s College Choir, Nick Halley and Capella Regalis, Jeff Joudrey and the Halifax Camerata, and with Juno winning Canadian Jazz Pianist David Braid.

“They know each other musically and get as fine a blend as you can get with instruments from different makers. The sound of this quintet was sunny and glorious…” – Stephen Pederson, The Chronicle Herald

Quintet members have studied throughout North America and performed or held positions with many of the world’s leading ensembles, including l’Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, National Arts Centre Orchestra, Windsor Symphony, Hamilton Philharmonic, Canadian Opera Company Orchestra, and of course, Symphony Nova Scotia. They also have experience playing in numerous smaller groups and ensembles including Foothills Brass, Northumberland Brass, The Jive Kings, Canadian Brass and in musical theatre orchestra pits including The Charlottetown Festival, Neptune Theatre, and Phantom of the Opera (Toronto).

These COVID-19 prevention rules will apply for this Cookie Concert:

  • The cookie concert will host no more than 72 people (50% of the venue’s maximum capacity).
  • Masks will be required at all times; exceptions may apply for presenters/entertainment. Masks can be removed temporarily if refreshments are served.
  • Please do not enter the School if you have tested positive for COVID-19, experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, or if you have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days.