A November evening with the classics on the way for Moose Jaw

October 8, 2016 by  

The Regina Symphony Chamber Players will be coming to Moose Jaw to present an evening of classical music.

The orchestra will be performing Handel’s Music for the Royal Fireworks, which was originally written back in 1749 to mark the occasion of the London Fireworks show. Other pieces will be played as well, such as Brahms Serenade No. 1, Op. 25. and excerpts from Corelli’s Christmas Concerta.

The event will celebrate the beginning of the symphony’s four-show series that has been planned for Moose Jaw. Poster printing can be used to create a variety of items to help promote events like this throughout the community to all those who may be interested in attending.

Each year, the Regina Symphony Chamber Players brings orchestral music to the people of southern Saskatchewan through a series of concerts and other events. It is made up of members of the Regina Symphony Orchestra.

The Music for the Royal Fireworks performance will be held at the Mae Wilson Theatre in the Moose Jaw Culture Centre on November 3, starting at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $25 each, and are available at the cultural centre’s box office or through its website. An additional charge will be applied to those that are purchased online.

Further details about the concert and the others in the series can be found on the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre’s website.