The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Col. Matthew S. Huber, will continue its Sesquicentennial Celebration Sunday Aug. 10, at 8 p.m., in Forest Park rain or shine.
Featured artists of the week include Sally Russell, clarinetist, who will solo with the BCB in "A Tribute to Artie Shaw" with arrangements by Christiansen including "Dancing in the Dark," "Beguine the Beguine", "Star Dust" and "Frenesi`."
Russell is a graduate in music from ISU, taught at Greencastle Middle School and has her own music company ALL Things Musical.
A euphonium and tuba quartet will spotlight John Huber who is a senior music major at ISU, Kevin Reberger who teaches band in Rockville, Harold Ellshoff who is the director of the Marshall City Band and Norman Hanson who teaches band at North Central in Sullivan County.
They will play "American Patrol" and "Americans, We" in special arrangements for the euphonium and tuba.
In Anderson's "Bugler's Holiday." a trio of trumpets, Steve Steppe, who teaches in Sullivan County, Dr. Martin Dixon and Jim Chesterson, retired senior master sergeant from the Air National Guard, will delight one and all.
Chesterson will also solo in "Trumpeter's Lullaby," also by Anderson.
The entire BCB will perform "The Black Horse Troop" and "Daughters of Texas," both by Sousa, "Olympia Hippodrome" by Alexander, "Trumpets Ole`" by Cofield and "Pirates of the Caribbean," arranged by Ricketts.
Also, "Star Wars Medley," arranged by Tatgenhorst, and two holdovers from last week, "An Arkansaw Huskin' Bee" by Pryor and "Spick and Span Overture" by Fred Jewell.