Post Tagged with: "4 Wing Band"

Mackenzie Tozer gets a boost from her dad, Cpl Simon Tozer, to place the star on top of the 4 Wing Community Christmas Tree. The tree was lit up on Friday with musical accompaniment from Art Smith Aviation Academy students and the 4 Wing Band.
Photo: Cpl Justin Roy, 4 Wing Imaging

The crowning touch

December 5, 2017 at 3:02 pm
The 4 Wing Band shone at its 35th Anniversary concert Saturday night.
Photo: OS Justin Spinello, Wing Imaging

4 Wing Band wows the crowd at 35th Anniversary concert

October 17, 2017 at 2:18 pm

Jeff Gaye There was a celebratory mood in the 4 Wing Theatre Saturday night as the 4 Wing Band marked its 35th anniversary with a special concert. Thirty-seven volunteer musicians filled the hall with sound, performing a widely varied program of traditional band music. “It was absolutely fantastic,” said 4 Wing Bandmaster WO Jeremy Duggleby. “We had a great crowd, and the band played exceptionally well.” The band performs a lot – approximately 75 engagementsRead More

The CFB Cold Lake Brass and Reed Band, circa 1982. Then-Sergeant Bob Hall, left was the bandmaster. Hall retired from the RCAF Band as a CWO, and currently conducts a community band in Winnipeg.
Photo: Base Photo Section

Concert will celebrate 35 years of the 4 Wing Band

October 3, 2017 at 5:33 pm

The Courier The 4 Wing Band celebrates 35 years of music on October 14 with a special concert at the 4 Wing Theatre. CFB Cold Lake had a band before 1982, but it was in November of that year that a message from National Defence Headquarters established the group as an official Regular Force Voluntary Band. Prior to that date, the band played as a recreational club. Official status meant the band was eligible forRead More

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4 Wing musicians support 6 Bomber Command anniversary in Nanton

August 29, 2017 at 2:12 pm

The Courier The 4 Wing Brass Quintet, made up of 4 Wing Band members, travelled to Nanton, Alberta August 18 and 19 for the 75th anniversary celebration of 6 Bomber Command. The quintet was the opening act for the Bomber Command Museum of Canada’s Lancaster bomber, which they “ran up” three times over the weekend: once on Friday night, which allowed spectators to see the legendary blue flames of the four Merlin engines; and twiceRead More

It was a perfect evening last Thursday for the 4 Wing Band’s annual outdoor concert at Kinosoo Beach. The band played a selection of traditional and popular music for an appreciative audience.
Photo: Jeff Gaye

Band on the beach

August 1, 2017 at 11:42 am