Marching Along with Sousa!

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Title

Marching Along with Sousa!

Description

Flyer from the Marching Along with Sousa concert at the Palace Theatre of the Arts following the opening of the Stamford Government Center on April 22, 1987. The concert was performed by the Stamford Symphony Orchestra Winds and conducted by Keith Brion.

Creator

Stamford Center for the Arts

Publisher

The Ferguson Library

Date

1987-04-22

Contributor

Stamford Government Center Dedication Committee, sponsor

Rights

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Format

image/tif

Language

English

Type

Identifier

FL.tellyourstory.sd.020

Coverage

Stamford (Conn.)
Twentieth century

Original Format

Flyer

Additional Notes

Text reads:
Stamford Center for the Arts
Presents
MARCHING ALONG WITH SOUSA!
with
the Stamford Symphony Orchestra Winds and Keith Brion portraying John Philip Sousa in a concert to commemorate the dedication of the Stamford Government Center
on
Wednesday, April 22, 1987 - 7:30 p.m.
Stamford Center for the Arts presents "Marching along with Sousa" - a musical event that recreates the grand concerts of John Philip Sousa. Keith Brion, portraying Sousa, will conduct favorite overtures, light classical music, virtuoso solos and, of course, the marches that still thrill audiences today. The evening will recall the concerts that Stamford residents enjoyed Sousa conduct himself in 1914 and 1924. Old and young can join in the celebration of the history and the making of history in Stamford.

Citation

Stamford Center for the Arts, “Marching Along with Sousa!,” Ferguson Digital Archives, accessed June 24, 2019, http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/FL.tellyourstory.sd/FL.tellyourstory.sd.020.

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