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Classical Brass on the Grass – July 16th 7pm

On July 16th the Little Qualicum Cheesewoeks will be presenting The Pinnacle Brass Quintet as part of a weekend of music, cheese, wine and even an equestrian ballet. The program will include new arrangements created just for the event of Shenandoah and This is My Father's World.  We will of course be performing some of our favourite composers: Bach, Beethoven, Piazzolla and Mozart. For more information visit:
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Spring 2016 Concert – April 26th at 7:30pm

VCM joint concert poster
  The Pinnacle Brass Quintet is teaming up with the Brass Choir from the Victoria Conservatory of Music.  Under the direction of Scott MacInnes, the VCM Brass Choir has been steadily gaining popularity since it's inception in 2012.  The group rehearses once a week on Tuesday nights from September through to May and performs a variety of styles of music.  In the past few years the group has performed in Wood Hall, Alix Goolden and Metro Theaters, Victoria City Hall,…
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Eugene Dowling Scholarship Concert with the Pinnacle Brass and Friends

Pinnacle and Friends Flyer
The Pinnacle Brass Quintet is teaming up with some more of Victoria top brass players to prestent an afternoon of great brass music for a great cause. All proceeds will go to the Eugene Dowling Scholarship, which will help future tuba and euphonium players to attend the UVic School of Music. Musicians will include: John Ellis, Matthew McCrady, Louis Ranger, Ryan Cole - trumpets Mke Oswald, Annie McCrady - horns Matthew Cameron, Alon Soraya, Andre Cossette, Scott MacInnes - trombones…
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A Classy, Brassy Christmas

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Enjoy our seasonal sound and support a great cause! Join us for our 4th Annual Classy, Brassy Christmas concert December 2. Proceeds to the TC Christmas Fund. Church of St. John the Divine, 7:30pm. Tickets: $20 Available at: Ivy's Bookstore, Church of St. John the Divine or at the door
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Pinnacle in the Park

Catch us at Beacon Hill Park’s Cameron Bandshell for a full two-hour performance in the great outdoors. Sunscreen recommended!
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