Legacy Brass is a group composed of band reservists in Eastern Ontario and was formed to provide an avenue of service and Christian fellowship for brass band musicians of mature adult age. It provides a resource to Salvation Army centres and churches in and around Eastern Ontario, particularly when regular corps bands cannot be available.

The first rehearsal was held on April 6, 2009 and the first performance was at the Divisional Senior's Rally held at The Salvation Army Woodroffe Community Church in Ottawa.

The Legacy Brass band was commissioned by Divisional Commander, Lieut. Colonel Floyd Tidd and Area Commander, Major Lee Graves on the occasion of Officer's Councils held on May 1, 2009 at The Salvation Army Ottawa Citadel.

In August 2009, the band participated in a ceremony honouring George Beverley Shea on his 100th birthday, which was held at his home church in Winchester Ontario.

Mission Statement

The Salvation Army Legacy Brass band is a fellowship of Salvationists and members of other churches, who are mature adults from the Eastern Region and surrounding area of the Ontario Central East Division, who meet regularly for the purpose of proclaiming the Army's message and accomplishing the Army's purpose. To this end Legacy Brass will rehearse regularly and maintain an effective witness at a variety of Army, Church and Community events.

Legacy Brass wish to acknowledgement the generous provision of web services by Gutworks Inc.