The Navan Community Association Presents Music in the Park

Share :

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter


MUSIC IN THE PARK – 2022
After a 2 year hiatus, due to Covid-19 restrictions, we are pleased to announce that Music (is back) in the Park!!!

Bring your lawn chair… and the kids, your neighbours… even the dog… and enjoy 60 to 90 minutes of FREE toe-tapping music each week.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 2022 at 7 p.m.   –   CENTRALAIRES CONCERT BANDWith us in 2019, the Centralaires Concert Band 

is once again looking forward to performing in the Navan Community Association’s Music in the Park series.The Band performs a diverse repertoire of musical genres and styles
to suit a range of musical tastes; from popular fare to classical
overtures, and musical show tunes to movie themes.
The band is made up of former military musicians, RCMP musicians, and retired and current music teachers. The band is under the direction of retired LCol Fran Chilton-Mackay.

Here is their website: The Centralaires Concert Band

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2022 at 7 p.m. (also that night the NAVAN APPRECIATION BBQ starts at 6pm) )  –   GREEN MARTINIGreen Martini is a new addition to Navan’s Music in the Park series this season.  They are a bilingual Ottawa band that features a solid horn trio.
The band has a vast repertoire that includes lots of familiar R ‘n’ B, soul, pop, and soft classic rock hits from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, right up to the current hits of today.

Here is their website: https://greenmartiniband.wixsite.com/band

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2022 at 7 p.m.   –   NEPEAN CONCERT BAND

The Nepean Concert Band was also part of Navan’s Music in the Park series in 2019. Evolving from its origins as a secondary school night course, the Nepean Concert Band (NCB) has performed for residents of the National Capital Region for close to five decades. During the summer, the band presents a bi-weekly “Summer Sounds” series at Andrew Haydon Park from early-June to mid-August, and performs formal concerts at City View United Church in the fall, at Christmas, and in the spring. The NCB also performs at civic events  and seniors’ residences throughout the year.

Currently under the direction of Terry Duncan, the band has expanded its membership to approximately 55 volunteer musicians, from all walks of life. The NCB musicians enjoy playing a diverse repertoire which might include marches, popular fare such as folk, Big Band and Broadway selections, classical transcriptions and contemporary titles written expressly for wind ensemble.

Terry Duncan has been directing the NCB since 2004. Terry is a music teacher at Woodroffe High School in Ottawa where he conducts the Wind Ensemble, the Symphonic Band, the Stage Band, and directs musical theatre productions. Terry is active in local theatre productions and has served as Musical Director for the Orpheus Musical Theatre in addition to on-stage roles.

The NCB is a provincially-registered non-profit organization and depends upon membership fees, concert revenue, and sponsorship from patrons, to pay for necessities such as rental of rehearsal space, equipment maintenance and renewal and the purchase of quality repertoire.

Here is their website: https://nepeanconcertband.com/ are the Green Martini band. A bilingual local Ottawa band with a solid horn trio playing R&B, soul, pop and soft classic rock hits from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s right up to the current hits of today. 
We are the Green Martini band. A bilingual local Ottawa band with a solid horn trio playing R&B, soul, pop and soft classic rock hits from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s right up to the current hits of today. 
We are the Green Martini band. A bilingual local Ottawa band with a solid horn trio playing R&B, soul, pop and soft classic rock hits from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s right up to the current hits


Sponsored by Waste Canada Connections – FOMB Community Fund