Sunday, July 22 / 2.00 p.m.
War has tragic consequences both for those who wage them and those who endure them. During the Second World War, millions of civilians and soldiers found solace and hope in music of the time, the music of Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, and others. Songs like “We’ll Meet Again,” “Run Rabbit Run” and “Lily Marlene” provided the sound track for love and war during those dark years.
ORCHESTRE NATIONAL DE JAZZ DE MONTRÉAL
Ron DI LAURO, conductor
With de participation of Kim RICHARDSON
TICKETS: $49.00, $39.50, $30.00, LAWN $17.56 (including service charges)
Ticketing: 1 866 842-2112 / 514 842-2112
- Sunday, July 22 / 2 p.m.