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<i>Merry Tuba Christmas</i> will be held at the United Methodist Church, Potsdam, this Sunday at 4pm.
Merry Tuba Christmas will be held at the United Methodist Church, Potsdam, this Sunday at 4pm.

The low brass sounds of Christmas

Local tubists will oompah their way through Christmas carols in Potsdam this Sunday. "Merry Tuba Christmas" is an event held in more than 250 communities around the world to celebrate tubas, baritones and low-brass music for the Holidays. Ron Berry is organizing the concert in Potsdam. He told Todd Moe that this year's "Merry Tuba Christmas" will be dedicated to its founder, Harvey Phillips, who passed away in October at the age of 80. Phillips created the annual event 37 years ago as a tribute to the late great tubist William Bell.  Go to full article
New Horizons Band information meeting: Aug 25th, 10am, Potsdam Community Room
New Horizons Band information meeting: Aug 25th, 10am, Potsdam Community Room

New music later in life

Senior adults who would like to learn to play a concert band instrument are invited to a workshop in Potsdam tomorrow morning. Dig out that old clarinet or trumpet from the attic, or try out a new instrument. Brass player Ron Berry came up with the idea of starting a band for seniors based on his experiences, as an adult, at summer music camps through the New Horizons International Music Association. He told Todd Moe that beginners are especially welcome.  Go to full article

New music later in life

Senior adults who would like to learn to play a concert band instrument are invited to a workshop in Potsdam next Tuesday. Dig out that old clarinet or trumpet from the attic, or try out a new instrument. Music education students at the Crane School of Music will conduct band rehearsals starting next month. Brass player Ron Barry came up with the idea of starting a band for seniors based on his experiences, as an adult, at summer music camps through the New Horizons International Music Association. He told Todd Moe that beginners are especially welcome.  Go to full article

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