July 2008

Reese's Pieces

July 5, 2008 08:20

Fourth of July Concert

Unfortunately the outdoor concert our orchestra was planning for the Fourth of July was moved inside because of rain. Even so, it was still a great concert. It was free to the public and everyone seemed to enjoy it. During the 1812 Overature, we had some military personel on hand who fired cannons for us. It was kind of funny, that sort of thing takes most people by surprise but being so focused on the music it hardly phased me. The 1812 Overature doesn't leave a whole lot of room for diversion, lol. Rain or shine though, I hope everyone had a great Fourth of July day celebration.

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