Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Capitol Pride Symphonic Band concert on Saturday: win tickets!

The Capitol Pride Symphonic Band and Capitol Pride Winds, parts of DC's Different Drummers, are having a performance this Saturday at 7:30 pm at the Columbia Heights Education Campus. See below for more details

And there's also a contest for two free tickets -- the first person to email newcolumbiaheights(at)gmail(dot)com with the right answer to this question: since the theme is "My Favorite Things," who composed the music for the musical, The Sound of Music?
Capitol Pride Symphonic Band - My Favorite Things! 
On Saturday, March 31st, the Capitol Pride Symphonic Band and Capitol Pride Winds will take the stage to present their spring concert, My Favorite Things! The show will begin at 7:30pm, and is being held at the Columbia Heights Education Campus Auditorium, located at 3101 16th Street NW, Washington, D.C. Parking is available on the street, as well as in the DC USA Shopping Center Parking Garage. 
Tickets are available NOW from your favorite DCDD Band Members, OR at our online box office. Tickets are $20 for adults, and $10 for students and seniors. Children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult with a concert ticket. Tickets purchased online include a small service fee. 
This stunning program includes selections chosen entirely by our membership. We will kick off with a commissioned medley by Matthew Leonhardt, followed with works including The Sound of MusicHobbits from The Lord of the Rings, Eternal Father Strong to SaveGodzilla Eats Las Vegas and MORE.
Please join us for this spectacular performance with a special guest conductor, former Artistic Director, K. Scott Barker! Get ready to sit back, stomp your feet, whistle and even have a chance to sing along to some ear-catching melodies!

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