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    Wind Music of Today

    Presented by at Cary Memorial Hall (Battin Hall)

    November 4, 2012


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    Wind Music of Today

    Join the Metropolitan Wind Symphony for the first concert of this season under MWS Music Director Lewis J. Buckley, former director of the United States Coast Guard Band for 29 years, as we predominantly perform a wide range of well crafted works written in the last fifty years for concert band.  Featured will be A Jubilant Overture by Alfred Reed, Rest by Frank Ticheli, Equus by Eric Whitacre, Southern Harmony by Donald Grantham,...

    Join the Metropolitan Wind Symphony for the first concert of this season under MWS Music Director Lewis J. Buckley, former director of the United States Coast Guard Band for 29 years, as we predominantly perform a wide range of well crafted works written in the last fifty years for concert band.  Featured will be A Jubilant Overture by Alfred Reed, Rest by Frank Ticheli, Equus by Eric Whitacre, Southern Harmony by Donald Grantham, Asphalt Cocktail by John Mackey, Hands Across the Sea by John Philip Sousa, O Cool is the Valley by Vincent Persichetti, Hymn to the Fallen by John Williams, narrator, Peter Ross, Armed Forces Medley arranged by Lewis J. Buckley, and Silverado by Bruce Broughton. Mr. Buckley will deliver a pre-concert lecture at 1:30 pm.


    Cary Memorial Hall (Battin Hall)

    1605 Massachusetts Ave
    Lexington, MA 02420

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    Admission Info:

    Adults: $18

    Seniors (62+): $14

    College students: $14

    Students (5-18): $6

    Child (under 5): free



    phone: 617 983-1370

    Parking:

    From Route I-95/128: Take the Route 4/225 exit (Exit 31A) toward Lexington and proceed several miles. You will pass the town green and the center shops. Cary Hall is just beyond the post office and Town Hall on the left, at the top of the circular drive.

    From Boston: Take Route 2 West to the Waltham Street, Lexington exit and follow Waltham Street approximately 2 miles until it ends in the center of Lexington. Turn right onto Massachusetts Avenue. Cary Hall is just beyond the post office and Town Hall on the left, at the top of the circular drive.



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