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Musical Salute by Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble about World War I

Photo (c) John Benoint

Join the Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble, Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 7 pm at Prospect United Methodist Church, 99 Summer Street, Bristol, CT. As they present a tribute to World War I.

This concert is free and we invite everyone to come out and honor our military and military veterans, past and present.

Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble, directed by Richard Theriault, is proud to give a free concert to salute our local Veterans.

In addition to the band, singer Blaise Tramazzo will entertain the audience with a few selections and Bill Rodman will sing selections from George M. Cohan.

Bristol and Bristol’s our World War I soldiers are memorialized in a video presentation prepared by Carol Denehy and the Memorial Military Museum with exhibits taken from the Jack Denehy Memorial Gallery.

The video will be shown to music that was popular during WWI, including popular marches, The Huntress, Washington Post March and Stars and Stripes, played by the ensemble.

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