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Carolinas Wind Orchestra Music of the Night
Date: October 28, 2013
Time: 7:30 pm - 10:00 am

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Cuthbertson High School Auditorium
1400 Cuthbertson Road
Waxhaw, NC

Contact: Don Niehus
Phone: 704-649-8853
Email: publicity@carolinaswindorchestra.org

The premier symphonic band of the Carolinas, the Carolinas Wind Orchestra, will present "Music of the Night." Musical selections include seasonal favorites such as "Ghost Train," "Danse Macabre," "Tam O'Shanter Overture," "Funeral March of a Marionette" (theme music from "Alfred Hitchcock Presents"), and excerpts from "Phantom of the Opera." A concert by the Cuthbertson High School Band will precede the CWO performance. Admission is free. The CWO is based at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, S.C., and draws over 100 musicians from the greater Charlotte metropolitan area. Principal conductor of the CWO is Dr. William Malambri.  For this concert, the CWO will be conducted by Drs. Stanley Michalski and Lorrie Crochet.  The director of the Cuthbertson High School concert band is Todd Ebert. For more information about the CWO or the concert, please check the CWO website, carolinaswindorchestra.org.

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