Military bands collaborate for 75th anniversary

Naden Band of the Royal Canadian Navy celebrates 75th anniversary

Canadian and American military bands are getting set to collaborate as part of the annual International Military Band Concert in June.

As part of its 75th anniversary, the Naden Band of the Royal Canadian Navy welcomes the Band of the 15th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, the United States Navy Band Northwest from Navy Base Kitsap Banjor, and the Corps Army Band of Joint Base Lewis-McChordin Washington State.

The concerts at the Royal Theatre (805 Broughton St.) will include various musical styles ranging from scores and symphonic wind ensembles to traditional marches.

For info and tickets, rmts.bc.ca or call Royal & McPherson Box office at 250-386-6121.

 

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