TEMECULA: Old-fashioned unison to liven adult Old Town – Press

October 17, 2014 - Picnic Time

TEMECULA: Old-fashioned unison to liven adult Old Town




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 Singer Rosalie Porter will be behaving with a Valley Winds Community Concert Band in Temecula on Sunday.


IF YOU GO

When: 2 p.m. Sunday

Where: Temecula Civic Center, 41000 Main St., Temecula

Admission: Free

Information: valleywinds.org, 951-694-6480

The large rope sounds of a Valley Winds Community Concert Band are streamer to Old Town Temecula for an aged fashioned outside unison on Sunday.

Although a rope has achieved in Temecula many times via a years, this is a initial time they will be behaving during a Civic Center.

The band’s conductor, Tom Hrbacek, pronounced a rope has been around for 24 years and consists of 65 musicians who operation in age, including a handful of high propagandize students.

“Think of us like a college marching rope usually we are sitting down or an rope but violins,” Hrbacek said.

Hrbacek likened a unison to progressing times when people went to a park, had a cruise and listened to bands play.

“It’s good aged Americana,” he said. “The uncover will underline songs that many people recognize, adore and can sing along with.”

The module will flog off with “The Star Spangled Banner” in respect of a song’s 200th anniversary.

“There will also be a miscellany of Civil War songs to commemorate a 150th anniversary of a war,” Hrbacek said.

Trumpet actor Ron Savitt will perform a few solo pieces via a show.

The late clergyman will perform “Georgia On My Mind” as a solo and join thespian Rosalie Porter for a jazz balance “Summertime.”

Savitt is a seasoned musician and has trumpeted alongside Mel Torme, Ella Fitzgerald and a strange Supremes with Diana Ross among others.

He grew adult in a low-pitched domicile as his father was a veteran musician with a Warner Bros. rope and played on many of a Looney Tunes cartoons.

Comprised of volunteers, a rope will also play songs from American composer John Philip Sousa such as “Stars And Stripes Forever.”

Organizers inspire families to move chairs and a picnic, take it easy and suffer a outside concert.

Contact a writer: sschulte@pe.com

source ⦿ http://www.pe.com/articles/band-752160-old-concert.html

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