The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra's Casino Royale Fundraiser

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Experience a thrilling night of music, dining and gaming as supporters of the MSO gather in
the Living Arts Centre to raise funds for the orchestra, Bond style.
Supporters will have the opportunity to visit a variety of food stations while testing their luck in a "fun casino"; funny money, real world prizes. Casino goers will be able to test their luck at Blackjack, “Craps”, Roulette and Poker for a chance to win up to $2,500 in prizes supplied by: Holt Renfrew, Maison Simons, Armand Jewellers, Toureto Travel Agency, Erin Mills Town Centre, Novotel, The Exit Training, Brampton Golf Club, Long & McQuade, Body Shop, Tonyc Salon & Spa, Tuxedo Royale and Sobeys.

To complete the evening, the MSO will perform Shaken, Not Stirred - The Music of James Bond. Aston Martins, Bollinger and vodka martinis are the backdrop for this fun trip through the music of the Bond films featuring the singers and world-class arrangements of Peter Brennan's Jeans 'n' Classics. The two hour concert will feature such iconic songs as: The James Bond Theme, Thunderball, Goldfinger, Live & Let Die, Skyfall and more. A complete set list can be found at: mississaugasymphony.ca.

No tribute to James Bond would be complete without impeccable attire. Participants are encouraged to arrive dressed as their favourite character from the film series!

Ticket Packages

Diamonds are Forever: $150
* Premium seating for Shaken, Not Stirred - The Music of James Bond (value: $75).
* $100 in tokens to be used in the "fun casino".
* Access to a wide variety of delectable cuisine (value: $75)

Goldfinger (concert only): $55 - $75
* Access to Shaken, Not Stirred - The Music of James Bond.
Tickets are on sale now. To purchase by phone, call 905-306-6000. To purchase online, visit:
mississaugasymphony.ca. Complimentary underground parking is included with every ticket purchase.

About the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra
The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra has been active in Mississauga since 1972. It has been a resident tenant inside the Living Arts Centre since 1997. The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra has grown significantly in both membership and profile, and is now proudly designated as one of Mississauga's six pillar institutions of culture.
Under the direction of Maestro Denis Mastromonaco since 2013, the orchestra continues to offer entertaining and increasingly sophisticated programs from classical and popular repertoires of symphonic music performed to the highest artistic standards. With the inclusion of the Mississauga Symphony Youth Orchestra in 2013, the organization has become the centre of classical music in Mississauga, built around the pillars of music education, performance and entertainment. The MSO has continued to serve its original mandate to provide performance
opportunities and personal development to talented amateurs while it has combined the strands of excellence and education by assisting young professional performers and composers through solo performance opportunities, commissions and mentoring. 

The MSO can be found online at: mississaugasymphony.ca; on Facebook at: facebook.com/mississaugasymphony, on Twitter at: @MSymph, and on Instagram at: @msymph.