Music magic at Monterey Oak Bay Concert Band performs a Night of Music at Monterey. Find more photos of the event at (Linda Foubister photo)

Photo gallery: Monterey Concert Band makes night of music magic

Music ranged from The Pink Panther to Hallelujah

The Monterey Concert Band wowed the audience at Monterey Recreation Centre with a A Night of Music. The dinner and performance inclulded a variety of tunes from “The Pink Panther” to “Hallelujah.” The Monterey Concert Band formed in September 2013 and now has over 38 members of both amateur and professional players.



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Mayor Nils Jenson helps serve dinner during the Monterey Recreation Centre’s A Night of Music. (Linda Foubister photo)

Rosemary Cameron and Jackie MacKenzie are part of the enthusiastic audience during A Night of Music at Monterey Recreation Centre. (Linda Foubister photo)

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