Friends of Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Plans Luxury Trip Through Canadian Rockies
The Friends of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra (FASO) are excited to announce a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to tour the Canadian Rockies by luxury train. This spectacular trip is a fundraiser for the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Travelers will enjoy eight days and seven nights viewing the magnificent scenery of the Canadian mountain landscape, dining on local gourmet cuisine, touring interesting sites, and enjoying a travel experience unlike any other.
The trip starts in Calgary, Alberta, a wild and beautiful frontier town that is home to the famous Calgary Stampede. A private motorcoach brings guests to legendary Lake Louise, where accommodations will be at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. The next destination is the gorgeous resort town of Banff and Yoho National Park. Experience magnificent natural wonders like the Spiral Tunnels, the turquoise serene waters of Emerald Lake and a natural Rock Bridge spanning the Kicking Horse River. Climb onboard Rocky Mountaineer for luxurious train travel from Banff to Kamloops, in the heart of the BC Interior. Enjoy the spectacular array of scenery as you travel between the glacier and snow-capped peaks of the Canadian Rockies, across the Continental Divide, over mountain passes and through remarkable tunnels, along rocky lakeshores and across the ranchlands of the Interior. The trip concludes in the seaside metropolis of Vancouver, British Columbia.
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The Friends of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra (FASO) is an organization of over 200 members dedicated to supporting the Orchestra through fundraising events and other outreach. Friends of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra was established in 1964. It is an incorporated charitable organization. FASO members volunteer their time at ASO events, at outreach programs and musician auditions, and in general, promote community awareness of the Orchestra while building lasting relationships among fellow music lovers. The organization’s efforts have provided hundreds of thousands of donated dollars to the Orchestra and its initiatives.
Please contact Diana Love, Director of Marketing and Communications. Phone: 410-267-3631. Email: DLove@AnnapolisSymphony.org