Foothills Brass, the well-known Calgary quintet of 2 trumpets, French horn, trombone and tuba, has paired up with Autorickshaw participating in a residency at Banff Centre for the Arts then performing in the Great Hall of the new Kinnear Centre for Creativity and Innovation before heading out on an Alberta tour.
Sunday October 17 at 4:30pm
Kinnear Centre for Creativity & Innovation
Toronto’s Autorickshaw is a quartet of some of the finest musicians you will ever hear, but their music is almost impossible to define: they combine jazz, folk, contemporary, and world music, all based upon the classical music of India and brought up to date in a fusion of eastern and western musical traditions. Autorickshaw has become one of the most intriguing acts on the world music and jazz landscapes.
As one of Canada’s foremost brass quintets, Foothills Brass grace the stage with exceptional flare and virtuosity. These five outrageous, high-energy personalities present polished shows that are full of musical variety, dramatics, improvisation, staging and brilliant audience engagement.
Saturday October 23 at 8:00pm
Scarboro United Church
134 Scarboro Ave SW
Tickets: Adults $20, Students $15, Family $40
These two accomplished ensembles have prepared a concert that explores the music of British colony brass bands, south-Asian inspired jazz, and Bollywood show tunes.
East truly does meet West on stage with Foothills Brass and Autorickshaw.