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Concert Celebration of Laura Secord
May 25 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$10 – $40
A Sesquicentennial Concert Celebration of Laura Secord
ORCHESTRA BREVA presents “EROICA – A Sesquicentennial Tribute to LAURA INGERSOLL SECORD.”
At these concerts, funds will be raised for the Windsor Historical Society’s Veterans’ Memories Project ,Tecumseh Area Historical Society, and Ste Anne’s Parish.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the passing of the remarkable Canadian hero of the War of 1812, Laura Ingersoll Secord. Orchestra Breva will recognize Ms. Secord’s significant contributions to our country’s history in a concert celebration highlighting her heroic acts and life’s journey, illustrated through music significant to her time and circumstance. All who have served humanity in times of war and peace, through acts of bravery and sacrifice, will be honoured. The concert features classical musicians, Indigenous artists, local historians, new works, and Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony, conducted by Melanie Paul Tanovich.
Orchestra Breva will tour the concert through present-day locations historically significant to Laura Ingersoll Secord’s life and deeds: Windsor, Tecumseh, Ingersoll, Brantford, and on the Battlefield of Queenston Heights, Niagara-on-the-Lake.
This event will raise awareness of our regional and national history by highlighting the profiles of important historical figures and honouring the veterans of battles that shaped our freedoms.
Tickets available at the door of each venue, or in advance at Académie Ste Cecile Music School, Windsor (519-966-7755) and Ste Anne’s Church Office, Tecumseh (519-735-2182).
PURCHASE EARLY FOR BEST PRICING.
- $40 Adult
- $30 Senior
- $20 Student
- $10 Child
- $5 discount in advance
- Veterans free
Dates and times of events are subject change. Please contact organizers to confirm details.
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