being part of the creation process is entirely different from viewing art in a gallery, because you get to see the techniques, frustrations and mistakes that shape, change or potentially destroy a piece.
Music truly has a way of awakening the soul. For the Brampton Concert Band, they wanted to use the gift of music to release our souls’ inner child. It was a goal that they achieved fantastically.
Now for the all-important, albeit cliché, question: do you hear the people sing? Yes, and they are marvelous! Come out and see Brampton Music Theatre's presentation of Les Miserables at Rose Theatre.
You read that right! The house erupted in laughter on hearing the antic. Only it wasn’t an antic. It was a wonderful night, full of music and a true showcase of talent and passion. I only hope that more of Brampton will come to future performances of Brampton Rose Orchestra and The Rosebuds, as I’m sure they will be excellent events for music lovers.
Season IV demonstrates The Rose Orchestra’s delivery of the lighter side of classical music. Opening with Livin’ La Vida Loca, it sustains the original energetic power in the brass and percussion of its iconic pop version, along with capturing the electric hips of Ricky Martin in the vigorous bow strokes of the violins and cellos.