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Thread: Free USAF Brass concerts in North Carolina this month.

  1. Free USAF Brass concerts in North Carolina this month.

    Hi all, I'm new here but have browsed the forum for a while. I actually play trumpet but frequently read low brass forums for general ideas on brass playing. I am posting this in case anybody is interested yet unaware of these upcoming events! The USAF Heritage of America Band's Heritage Brass will be touring in North Carolina in February, and we would love to see you there! Our large brass ensemble will be playing arrangements of An American in Paris, Summon the Heroes, Colonial Song, Rolling Thunder March, and more. The specifics are below as well as a link to our social media events, and all concerts are free and open to the public. PM me on here if you have any questions!

    Feb 15, 7 pm at the Carolina Theatre
    Greensboro, NC 27401

    Feb 17, 7 pm at the High Point Theatre
    High Point, NC 27260

    Feb 18, 3 pm at the Stanly County Agri-Civic Center
    Albemarle, NC 28001

    Feb 19, 7 pm at the Garner Performing Arts Center
    Garner, NC 27529

    Feb 20, 7 pm at the Historic North Theatre
    Danville, VA 24540


    -Justin Weisenborn
    Trumpet, USAF Heritage of America Band

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    Members: Justin actually used the Calendar that is part of the forum!

    We should make more use of that feature! Please feel free to post concerts and recitals there. I'll try to get better at adding events as well so there is more reason to look at it!
    Dave Werden (ASCAP)
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    Jan 2006
    West Palm Beach, FL
    Sounds like a great program. I understand the concert is free, but do patrons need to order tickets in advance? Thanks.
    Rick Floyd
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    "Always play with a good tone, never louder than lovely, never softer than supported." - author unknown.
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