Archive for September, 2013

Kingston Symphony Open Rehearsal (2pm-3:15pm): Come to The Grand Theatre to see and hear the Kingston Symphony as they rehearse for their season opener. Find out what it takes for the musicians, conductor and production team to prepare for a concert in this rare opportunity to enjoy an open rehearsal. The orchestra will be rehearsing Beethoven’s Violin Concerto featuring soloist Scott St. John for the concert the following afternoon

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LASALLE ADULT BAND Nov. 13, 2012-Sept. 16, 2013 Statement of Income and Expenses

Balance Brought Forward: $3,238.29

Income:

Summer Band Dues, 38@$35.= $1, 330.00

Expenditures:

Hired Drummer for Harbour Place (Wayne Murray)= $100.00

Conductors (David Smith & Wayne Tindale) $95.00 for 10 weeks= $950.00

Gifts (Pam &Mark Sibley, David Smith, David Field)= $137.10

Rental Curling Club ($ 40.00 @ per week, 9 weeks, plus 13% HST= $406.80

Bought photocopier, toner, paper= $180.59

Total Expenses= $1,774.49

Account Balance: $2, 793.80

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From Rick Cairns

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No Adult Classes Monday Sept 23rd.

Hello Everyone,

I have been notified that I must move my father to a vacant bed into the nursing care facility of Trillium Ridge on Monday Sept 23rd in the morning.

Therefore, I must cancel all adult classes this day.

Please inform those that may not have access to this email.

Thanks

Chris

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Summer Band Financial Statement

This is the financial statement for the LaSalle Adult Band. Could you please post it on the blog.

Thanks in advance,

Mark

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Upcoming Choir Showcase

the Kingston Townsmen Barbershop Chorus. Our annual show is coming up and they will share stage with the Holy Cross Youth Chorus, the Greater Kingston Ladies Chorus’ quartet called “Splash”, an award winning male quartet called “Shaken Not Stirred” and two of the Townsmen’s own quartets, one of which I am a member. This year’s event is entitled Harmony Showcase and it will highlight the incredible harmonies that make this style of A Capella singing a true art form.

The date of the show is Saturday, 2 November, and starts at 7:30 PM. It will be held at the Salvation Army Citadel at the corner of Centennial and Taylor Kidd. The show is about an hour and a half long and the cost of the tickets are $20 for adults, $15.00 for students and children 12 and under are free.

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Hi folks,

Please bring the following selections to class and be prepared to have them handed in as they are requested.

Annie

Disney at the Oscars

Guys and Dolls

Hollywood Milestones

Jesus Christ Superstar

Lady of Spain

Louis Armstrong Medley

Neal Hefti Portrait

Oliver

Pink Panther Meets Batman

Saving All My Love For You

Soleman March

South Pacific

Spanish Fever

Walking Frog

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