Mar 07 2016

2016 concerts and rehearsal notes

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Mondays, 7 p.m. |
at Central Middle School, Columbus

2015-16 SEASON

Sunday, April 10, 2 p.m.|
CONCERT at Commons, Columbus

Saturday, May 7, 9:30 a.m.|
IVY TECH GRADUATION, Columbus North, main gym

Sunday, June 26, 2 p.m. |
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May 02 2016

Ivy Tech graduation at Columbus North

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Saturday is Ivy Tech graduation — this time at the Columbus North High School’s main gymnasium. Here are the when’s and where’s:

When to be where:

Load at Central Middle School: 8:15 a.m.
Call time: 9 a.m.
Tune-up: 9:20 a.m.
Pre-game music: 9:30 a.m.
Announcements. Announcements. Announcements.
Processional/anthem: 10 a.m.
Ceremony. Ceremony. Ceremony.
Afterward: Recessional.

Please help reload trailer and unload at CMS.

What to wear:

Men: Black jackets, pants, shoes, ties, socks; white shirt.
Women: Black tops, bottoms, socks, shoes.

Where to be:

Columbus North High School
1400 25th St, Columbus

Parking: We’re to park in the reserved parking area east of the gymnasium, off Maple Street. Look for the red-circled 24 on the map below (to enlarge on desktop computers, right click the map and choose “Open image in new tab.”)

We’ll be setting up in the back left corner of the gym.

Columbus North map A

Thank you!

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Apr 06 2016

Details for April 10 concert at the Commons

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Our next concert is Sunday, April 10, at The Commons.

300 Washington St., Columbus.
Recommended parking is in the parking garage, just north. It’s free, too.


Loading: 12:30 p.m. from Central MS — please help!

In seats: 1:30 p.m.

Concert begins: 2 p.m.

Reload: Afterward, please help reload the truck and then unload at the school.


Men: Black pants, jackets, socks, ties and shoes with white shirt.

Women: Black pants/skirts, tops, hose/socks/tights and shoes.

And ICYMI, Brian Blair had an article on us in The Republic this week.
“But the ensemble of amateurs and professionals presenting tunes ranging from marches to modern, from big band to Broadway, may be better defined beyond concert-band status — even one dating back to a Bartholomew County Commissioners’ charter from 1847.

“We’re like family, said bassoonist Louise Hillery, who has played with the group since it reorganized as a year-round act in 1983.”

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