The Sudbury Symphony Orchestra invites you to take part in the inaugural Sudbury Symphony Downtown Crawl on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Sudbury Symphony Orchestra is partnering with local downtown businesses and a wide variety of Sudbury-area musicians to provide the public with the opportunity to attend a diverse range of musical performances such as a brass quartet, a rock group, a jazz combo, a string trio, a vocal ensemble, or a variety of soloists in various downtown venues. It’s a fun afternoon of local music, shopping, treats, eats, and drinks! Your ticket to all the fun is an event passport, which lists all of the participating businesses. When you attend a performance, be sure to have your passport stamped, and you will receive a small gift. The more performances you attend, the more stamps you accumulate on your passport, the more gifts you receive, AND the more chances you get to win one of the grand prizes donated by businesses from across the city. Also, you will have made a valuable contribution to the presentation of the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra’s 43rdseason.
There are only 200 passports available at just $50 each. They can be purchased at one of the following locations, as early as Monday, September 10th:
Sudbury Symphony Orchestra office, 83 Cedar Street One Sky Fine Goods, 125 Durham Street
Cedar Nest Cafe, 11 Cedar Street
Jett Landry Music, 1119 Lasalle
Gourmet World, 1984 Regent Street
Thorneloe University Main Office, Laurentian campus (9 am-4 pm, Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri), 935 Ramsey Lake Road
For more info, contact Sally Lesk at email@example.com
The Sudbury Symphony Orchestra is a not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to increasing the awareness and appreciation of classical music in the Greater Sudbury region. This is achieved through the presentation of high quality concerts, featuring local and professional musicians, and by encouraging artistic excellence, commitment, and education. The SSO celebrates its 43rd season in 2018-2019, and is working very hard to maintain its ongoing presence in the community.