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SAYWE Patriotic Concert…

Heroes, Hope and Heritage - A Patriotic Concert featuring the San Antonio Youth Wind Ensemble and the academy’s Jazz Ensemble.
SAYWE Patriotic Concert

SAYWE Patriotic Concert

CONTACT FOR 2013 SUMMER SEASON: Albert Aguilar | Resident Conductor | (210) 379-1039 | AAGUILAR93@ALAMO.EDU
CONTACT: John Dendy | Public Information Officer | (210) 486–2100 | SPC–PR@ALAMO.EDU

RESOURCES: San Antonio Youth Wind Ensemble | San Antonio Youth Wind Ensemble on Facebook

PATRIOTIC CONCERT CONCLUDES 2013 ST. PHILIP'S COLLEGE SAN ANTONIO YOUTH WIND ENSEMBLE SUMMER SEASON
All are welcome to experience this 59-member ensemble of band students from five cities and 13 independent school districts in concert

SAN ANTONIO (June 13, 2013)–––St. Philip's College invites all to attend the free San Antonio Youth Wind Ensemble Heroes, Hope and Heritage - A Patriotic Concert featuring the academy’s Jazz Ensemble on Thursday, June 27 at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium of the 600-seat Watson Fine Arts Center at 1801 Martin Luther King Drive. The program concludes the ensemble's final 2013 summer season of free performances. Parking is free and admission is free.

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