Trio performs at HMCS Haida VIP reception

News Oct 29, 2009 Ancaster News

The Symphony Hamilton Trio led by Dundas resident Fran Cohen will perform at a VIP Reception on Nov. 5 at the HMCS Haida Cutter ship to honour veterans who served during the Second World War.

Although not confirmed, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall are expected to attend the invitation-only private dedication ceremony.

The trio is part of the Symphony Hamilton woodwind quintet, Compass Rose Winds. They have been together for about seven years. Along with Ms. Cohen, who has been a musician with Symphony Hamilton for 23 years, other musicians are Cynthia Vermeer, who has been with the trio for two years, and Sandy Wilson, for six years.

Symphony Hamilton is a community-based volunteer symphonic orchestra serving Hamilton, Burlington and surrounding areas. Led by conductor and music director James McKay, the orchestra is made up of 70 volunteer musicians each with a passion and commitment to promote symphony music to local audiences.

Tickets to the event at HMCS STAR building, 658 Catharine St. N., Hamilton, Nov. 5 from 1-4 p. m., are $50, $40 for Friends of the Haida members, with partial tax receipt. Call 905-523-0682 for more information and tickets.

Trio performs at HMCS Haida VIP reception

News Oct 29, 2009 Ancaster News

The Symphony Hamilton Trio led by Dundas resident Fran Cohen will perform at a VIP Reception on Nov. 5 at the HMCS Haida Cutter ship to honour veterans who served during the Second World War.

Although not confirmed, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall are expected to attend the invitation-only private dedication ceremony.

The trio is part of the Symphony Hamilton woodwind quintet, Compass Rose Winds. They have been together for about seven years. Along with Ms. Cohen, who has been a musician with Symphony Hamilton for 23 years, other musicians are Cynthia Vermeer, who has been with the trio for two years, and Sandy Wilson, for six years.

Symphony Hamilton is a community-based volunteer symphonic orchestra serving Hamilton, Burlington and surrounding areas. Led by conductor and music director James McKay, the orchestra is made up of 70 volunteer musicians each with a passion and commitment to promote symphony music to local audiences.

Tickets to the event at HMCS STAR building, 658 Catharine St. N., Hamilton, Nov. 5 from 1-4 p. m., are $50, $40 for Friends of the Haida members, with partial tax receipt. Call 905-523-0682 for more information and tickets.

Trio performs at HMCS Haida VIP reception

News Oct 29, 2009 Ancaster News

The Symphony Hamilton Trio led by Dundas resident Fran Cohen will perform at a VIP Reception on Nov. 5 at the HMCS Haida Cutter ship to honour veterans who served during the Second World War.

Although not confirmed, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall are expected to attend the invitation-only private dedication ceremony.

The trio is part of the Symphony Hamilton woodwind quintet, Compass Rose Winds. They have been together for about seven years. Along with Ms. Cohen, who has been a musician with Symphony Hamilton for 23 years, other musicians are Cynthia Vermeer, who has been with the trio for two years, and Sandy Wilson, for six years.

Symphony Hamilton is a community-based volunteer symphonic orchestra serving Hamilton, Burlington and surrounding areas. Led by conductor and music director James McKay, the orchestra is made up of 70 volunteer musicians each with a passion and commitment to promote symphony music to local audiences.

Tickets to the event at HMCS STAR building, 658 Catharine St. N., Hamilton, Nov. 5 from 1-4 p. m., are $50, $40 for Friends of the Haida members, with partial tax receipt. Call 905-523-0682 for more information and tickets.