Friends of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra want you to leave town

The Friends of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra (FASO) have announced the possibility of touring the Canadian Rockies by luxury train. This spectacular trip is a fundraiser for the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra and follows FASO’s support of the ASO’s triumphant tour of Spain last summer.

Travelers will take advantage of eight days and seven nights to admire the magnificent landscapes of the Canadian mountains, taste local gourmet cuisine, visit interesting sites and enjoy a travel experience like no other.

The journey begins in Calgary, Alberta, a wild and beautiful border town that is home to the famous Calgary Stampede. A private coach brings guests to legendary Lake Louise, where accommodation will be at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. The next destination is the beautiful resort town of Banff and Yoho National Park. Discover magnificent natural wonders like the Spiral Tunnels, the serene turquoise waters of Emerald Lake, and a natural rock bridge spanning the Kicking Horse River. Climb aboard the Rocky Mountaineer for a luxury train journey from Banff to Kamloops in the heart of British Columbia’s interior. Take in the dramatic scenery as you travel between the glaciers and snow-capped peaks of the Canadian Rockies, across the Continental Divide, mountain passes and remarkable tunnels along the rocky shores of lakes and interior ranches. The trip ends at the seaside in Vancouver, British Columbia.

This trip benefits the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, one of the largest performing arts organizations in Anne Arundel County. The mission of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra is to inspire, educate and enrich lives near and far by creating extraordinary musical experiences with uncompromising artistic excellence. As the ASO celebrates 61 years in Annapolis, the organization is more determined than ever to bring more music, to more places, for more people in the region.

For travel information, including expenses, registration and payments, please email FASO via Paula Abernethy at [email protected]

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