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At 7 p.m. Friday in Duane Smith Auditorium, the Los Alamos Community Winds launches its 10th Anniversary Season with “The Music of Leonard Bernstein.”
There is much in store at the LACW concerts this year. In addition to presenting the usual variety of challenging literature, including a performance of the “Firebird Suite” by Igor Stravinsky, the repertoire for this season will reach back into the archives of the LACW’s library.
“The members were given the opportunity to pick the pieces that they would most like to perform again from the past nine seasons,” Los Alamos Community Winds musical director Ted Vives said.
During these years, LACW has performed nearly
50 concerts and more than 240 different works. If you add up the time spent rehearsing and performing, this represents an estimated 50,000 individual hours of dedication that its members have committed over the past 10 years.
“It’s truly amazing,” Vives said. “We have played every genre of music; marches, orchestral standards, movie themes, seasonal favorites; the dedication of the members to continually produce outstanding performances is one of the many things that I am both proud of them for and humbled by.”
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