Spend an evening with the town band this summer

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On June 29, 2010

Thumbnail image for FrenchHorn.jpgBring your lawn chairs and join the Rolla Town Band for its first concert of the summer this Thursday, July 1. The performance will begin at 7:30 p.m. on the Castleman Hall Green, located at 10th and State streets.

“The concert will have a patriotic flair,” says conductor Dr. Robert J. Cesario, director of bands and orchestras at Missouri S&T. “We will play pieces like Carmen Dragon’s arrangement of ‘America the Beautiful,’ ‘Armed Forces on Parade,’ and Clare Grundman’s moving Civil War suite, ‘The Blue and the Gray.'” The band will also play a number of marches.

The concert is free and open to the public.

Additional performances will be held on Thursday, July 8, Thursday, July 15, and Tuesday, July 20. Some performances will be held at Rolla’s downtown band shell on 9th Street, and some will be held on the Castleman Hall Green. Exact locations will be announced closer to the date of each concert.

Sponsors for the Rolla Town Band include the Missouri S&T arts, languages and philosophy department; the City of Rolla department of parks and recreation; the World’s Finest Rolla German Band; Jack Ash; Max and Tina Anderson; Don and Linda Sparlin; Forum Dental; Brewer Science and Arts Rolla.

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