In an effort to make its Relaxed Performances accessible to all, the Peterborough Singers has created multimedia guides to the venues that the choir commonly uses. This video guide, with subheadings, explains travel routes, parking, and accessibility features at Emmanuel United Church East, Peterborough. Many thanks go to the Community Foundation of Greater Peterborough for supporting this venture. We also acknowledge the help of the Peterborough Council For Persons With Disabilities, PS business manager Peg McCracken, Singer Tracey Tebbenham (your guide), and Singer Andy Burke, who produced this video.
Venabrass is a brass ensemble from Toronto, Ontario. Formed primarily from the Venables family, this brass group displays ensemble virtuosity at its finest. As individuals, members of the Venabrass have travelled around the world as both soloists, conductors and composer both as freelance, professional and through The Salvation Army. The early days of the group was merely family members playing music together. This grew into touring at Christmas time, performing annual concerts, recording, and travelling to Africa. Venabrass now exists beyond just the Venables name with other high caliber musicians included. However, it still maintains its Salvation Army musicianship, to which, they desire to serve God first and foremost through their music and strive towards the highest degree of music excellence in that service.