Tuesday, March 10, 2015

The Announcer is now a Performer!

On March 22nd I am a performer IN the show, not just the announcer or Master of Ceremonies for the show. Here's the text of the promo:

The Brockton Symphony Orchestra presents a Chamber Music Concert Sunday, March 22nd at 3 PM at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church. Say goodbye to winter with spicy tangos by local composer Erik Lindgren, “Blue Tango” and “The Syncopated Clock” by Leroy Anderson, and Lindgren’s Neo-“Baroque-A-Go-Go.” The young and young-at-heart will enjoy Saint-Saens’ “Carnival of the Animals,” with the chamber players, two pianists, Amy Korim and Carol Chaffee, and The Voice of the Symphony, Harry Willliams. [w/ reverb: Camille Saint-Saens was wracked with pains, when people addressed him as Saint-Sanes… he turned with metronome and fife to glorify other forms of life.] Tickets are Fifteen dollars. That’s 3 PM, Sunday, March 22nd at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 900 Main Street in Brockton. The Brockton Symphony – A Greater Brockton Treasure.

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