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Perth Citizens’ Band Concert

 

5th Summer Pops Concert!

A series of Summer Pops Concerts at the Perth Legion that continues on throughout the summer!

The Perth Citizens’ Band is the longest continuous running Town Band in Canada dating back to 1852.

The Band has begun an exciting 2019 season which includes our regular Spring, Summer Pops, Parades and Christmas Concerts. We welcome any donations from the audience during our performances. Donations are used to assist us in purchasing new music, repairs to instruments and upkeep of uniforms.

 

Date :
Thursday, Aug 8, 2019 at 7:30pm

Event location :
Perth, ON

Contact :
Website: http://www.perthband.ca/

Perth Citizens’ Band Concert “4th Summer Pops Concert”

 

The Perth Citizens’ Band has been an integral part of the musical and cultural heritage of the Town of Perth since 1852 and is the oldest continuously operating band in Canada. The continuity of the band from 1852 has been recorded in a book entitled, “ Sound the Trumpet “ written by local archivist, Daphne Overhill, published in 2002.

The band is comprised of members from Perth and surrounding areas of Lanark County. Every Tuesday night at 7:30 the band meets for rehearsal in a specially designated room upstairs in the Perth Town Hall. A wide variety of music is rehearsed from the bands’ extensive library, ranging from classics by Mozart, Handel etc. through the Gay Nineties, The Swing Era, the Beetles, Broadway, and contemporary works. Band membership is about 50 and includes all ages from teens to seniors with skill levels from beginners to professional. Some members also contribute time to other local groups such as the “Saints and Sinners” , The Perth Community Choir, and The Last Duel Brass Quintet. The band is directed by Brian Tackaberry, a professional high school music teacher.

Music is performed in public throughout the Town and surrounding areas including venues such as churches, schools, special events, parades and an annual summer concert series on the bandstand in Stewart Park behind the Town Hall. Historically, the band has played at Ontario’s Bicentennial celebrations in Toronto, the sending of the Perth’s Mammoth Cheese to The Chicago World’s Fair and more recently, at The Governor Generals Garden Party at Rideau hall and the Town band Festival in Orono, Ontario.

The free concerts in Stewart Park are performed every other Thursday at 7:30 PM starting in the second week of June through the third week of August and include a Strawberry Social starting at 7 PM for the second concert. The band does a number of parades throughout the year including the Perth Fair Parade, parades for various local celebrations in other towns and typically four Santa Claus Parades in various towns. A major part of the bands funding for operating expenses comes from these parades. The band also does an annual Christmas concert, an annual “ Last Night At The Proms Concert ” plus a number of other concerts during each year.

All concerts are FREE to the public and are held in historic Stewart Park just behind the Perth Town Hall.
Bring along a lawn chair or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll through the park.

Date :
Thursday, July 25, 2019 at 7:30pm

Event location :
Perth Citizens’ Band
80 Gore Street East
Perth, ON K7H 1H9

Contact :
Website: http://perthband.ca

Perth Citizens’ Band Concert – 1st Summer Pops Concert

A series of Summer Pops Concerts at the Perth Legion that continues on throughout the summer!

All concerts are FREE to the public and are held in historic Stewart Park just behind the Perth Town Hall.
Bring along a lawn chair or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll through the park.

The Perth Citizens’ Band has been an integral part of the musical and cultural heritage of the Town of Perth since 1852 and is the oldest continuously operating band in Canada. The continuity of the band from 1852 has been recorded in a book entitled, “ Sound the Trumpet “ written by local archivist, Daphne Overhill, published in 2002.

The band is comprised of members from Perth and surrounding areas of Lanark County. Every Tuesday night at 7:30 the band meets for rehearsal in a specially designated room upstairs in the Perth Town Hall. A wide variety of music is rehearsed from the bands’ extensive library, ranging from classics by Mozart, Handel etc. through the Gay Nineties, The Swing Era, the Beetles, Broadway, and contemporary works. Band membership is about 50 and includes all ages from teens to seniors with skill levels from beginners to professional. Some members also contribute time to other local groups such as the “Saints and Sinners” , The Perth Community Choir, and The Last Duel Brass Quintet. The band is directed by Brian Tackaberry, a professional high school music teacher.

The free concerts in Stewart Park are performed every other Thursday at 7:30 PM starting in the second week of June through the third week of August and include a Strawberry Social starting at 7 PM for the second concert. The band does a number of parades throughout the year including the Perth Fair Parade, parades for various local celebrations in other towns and typically four Santa Claus Parades in various towns. A major part of the bands funding for operating expenses comes from these parades. The band also does an annual Christmas concert, an annual “ Last Night At The Proms Concert ” plus a number of other concerts during each year.

 

Date :
Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 7:30pm

Event location :
Stewart Park Bandstand
80 Gore Street East, Perth, ON

Contact :
www.perthband.ca or email rmsgardiner@hotmail.com

Perth Citizen’s Band Concert

 

A series of Summer Pops Concerts at the Perth Legion that continues on throughout the summer! All concerts are FREE to the public and are held in historic Stewart Park just behind the Perth Town Hall.

The Perth Citizens’ Band has been an integral part of the musical and cultural heritage of the Town of Perth since 1852 and is the oldest continuously operating band in Canada. The continuity of the band from 1852 has been recorded in a book entitled, “ Sound the Trumpet “ written by local archivist, Daphne Overhill, published in 2002.

The free concerts in Stewart Park are performed every other Thursday at 7:30 PM starting in the second week of June through the third week of August and include a Strawberry Social starting at 7 PM for the second concert. The band does a number of parades throughout the year including the Perth Fair Parade, parades for various local celebrations in other towns and typically four Santa Claus Parades in various towns. A major part of the bands funding for operating expenses comes from these parades. The band also does an annual Christmas concert, an annual “ Last Night At The Proms Concert ” plus a number of other concerts during each year.

 

Date :

Thursday, Aug 3, 2017 at 7:30 pm

 

Event location :

Stewart Park Bandstand
80 Gore Street East, Perth, ON

 

Contact :

E-mail: rmsgardiner@hotmail.com
Website: www.perthband.ca