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Sept 30 | White Mountain Symphony Orchestra | America-Themed Concert.

The White Mountain Symphony Orchestra (WMSO) has been voting in a new director while preparing for the Sept. 30 concert. The audience will be able to watch the four maestros compete for the prestigious WMSO director spot. The experience will be exciting for all who attend.

Russ Woods is the interim director, and three musicians have applied: Kin (Desmond) Siu from Flagstaff, Terry Lee from Taylor, and Nick Pulsipher from Show Low.

Ballads being performed: “The Star-Spangled Banner” “American Civil War Fantasy” “Armed Forces Salute” “Comrades of the Legion” “The Washington Post March” “Salute to the Big Bands” “The Patriot” and “Hym to the Fallen.”

Admission is free for active duty, retired military, and first responders. Tickets for adults are $10, and ages 5 to 18 are $5.

Date and Time: Saturday, Sept. 30 at 3 p.m.

Location: Show Low Unified School District Auditorium 500 W, Old Linden rd, Show Low, AZ.

For more information, call (928) 476-8656.



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