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Brampton Concert Band - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
By A&E Headlines | Published  01/16/2011 | Arts & Entertainment | Unrated
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THE CITY OF BRAMPTON CONCERT BAND

INVITES YOU TO

"The Good, The Bad and the Ugly:
A Tribute to the Music of the West"

with guest Scott Lale as narrator

Brampton - The City of Brampton Concert Band under the musical direction of Darryl Eaton is excited to announce our concluding concert to the 2010/2011 Concert Series featuring the distinctive music born of the wild western frontier. Come take a break from winter with an evening of revelry, frivolity and some more thoughtful moments as we present "The Good, The Bad and the Ugly: A Tribute to the Music of the West" at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday February 26, 2011 at the Rose Theatre.

The saga of the wild west was a mosaic of a thousand tales, of dreams won and lost, of riches made and squandered, of discovery, settling and taking root.It was truly a theatre on grand stage; lives and stories played out by innumerable characters over a vast and varied landscape.

To help us bring some of these tales to life and join them with our music, we are proud to have as our guest and storyteller for the evening, Scott Lale, prominent Brampton actor, and veteran of the local theatre scene.Scott will weave a narrative through the evening touching on the many personalities and people that gave the era its iconic imagery as we set these themes and stories to music.

The evening will also feature dancers from a local theatre group as they perform a selection of traditional western dances with the band as well as audience participation in song.Some selections will incorporate non-traditional instrumentation such as banjo, guitar and harmonica to provide an authentic musical touch to the programme.Our music will highlight popular and familiar music from the west including movie themes such as "The Cowboys", "The Magnificent Seven" and "Hang 'em High", thoughtful compositions that reflect on the majestic and varied natural beauty and music inspired by native lullabies dances and culture.

So don those cowboy boots, hitch the horse to the ol' wagon, journey over to the grand RoseTheatre and let the Brampton Concert Band regale you with a fun evening of music and lore from the wild west.

Tickets may be purchased at the RoseTheatre or Lester B. Pearson box offices or by calling 905‑874-2800 or www.myrosetheatre.ca.  Free parking is available below the RoseTheatre at the intersection of Theatre Lane and Union Street.Ticket prices are Adults $25, Seniors and Students $20 and Children 12 and under $15.For more information on our organization and other upcoming concerts and events please visit our website, http://www.bramptonconcertband.com/ or follow us on our Facebook fanpage: "Brampton Concert Band."


About Scott Lale
Scott Lale has extensive experience in a variety of aspects of theatre.Acting since 10 years of age, his formal education comes from BrockUniversity with myriad of training from the likes of Equity Showcase, New School of Drama and the Stratford Festival.As a director, Scott has studied under John Barton, Richard Rose and Duncan McIntosh.Directing credits include Man of LaMancha, Much Ado About Nothing, The Taming of the Shrew and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.Scott's lengthy acting experience includes a wide range of roles, notably Didi (Waiting for Godot), Hamlet and Petruchio (Taming of the Shrew).He has also spent time in theatres as a Technical Director, Stage Manager, Lighting Designer, and Thug.His current function is as the Artistic Director and Executive Producer for the Production Section of the Arts, Culture and Theatre Division (including The Flower City Theatre Festival).Scott spent fall 2002 in England studying as a Fellow of Shakespeare's Globe.


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