Kitsilano Boys Band

KITSILANO BOYS BAND  () was founded in 1928 at General Gordon School in VANCOUVER. Led by the trumpeter Arthur Delamont (1892–1982) it became one of the finest amateur junior bands in the world. Under Delamont's direction, the band toured internationally, made recordings and won more than 200 competitions. It played at the Chicago World's Fair (1933), at the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco (1937), at the NY World's Fair...

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