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March 18, 2009

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Former U.S. Navy Band Commander Donald Stauffer has arranged the first movement of Beethoven’s mighty Symphony No. 5 in C Minor for band. The Indiana Wind Symphony pairs it with James Barnes’ 2001 Fifth Symphony subtitled “Phoenix,” one of the great band works of the beginning of the 21st century. Alfred Reed's Fifth Suite for Band, subtitled “International Dances,” includes an American hoe-down and an exciting Hora that challenges the concert band.

The Wind Symphony also will perform Alfred Reed’s In Memoriam as a memorial to well-known national and local musicians who passed away in 2008.



Lincoln Day Dinner slated

The annual Lincoln Day Dinner, sponsored by the Boone County Republican Party, will take place at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 24 at Lumiere du Corps Spa and Salon, 6100 S. County Road 275 East, Lebanon. Dinner speaker will be conservative talk-show host Greg Garrison, an attorney and host of WIBC’s Greg Garrison Show. Dinner tickets are $25 per person. Gold and silver table sponsorships with preferred seating for eight are also available. Reservation deadline is March 14. Call Debbie Ottinger (765) 482-7418 or Tom Easterday (317) 873-2134 for more information.



CCA Gallery slates

‘reopening reception

“Fresh Faces, Fresh Spaces,” an open house introducing new artists and the CCA Gallery’s newly renovated, expanded space will take place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, April 3 at the Gallery, 27 East Cedar St. Free admission; all are welcome. Call the gallery at 733-1813 for more information.



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