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Syracuse University Brass Ensemble Fourth of July concert rescheduled for July 14
Syracuse University Brass Ensemble Fourth of July concert rescheduled for July 14 July 10, 2007Rob Enslinrmenslin@syr.edu
Due to inclement weather on July 4, the Syracuse University Brass Ensemble’s annual Fourth of July concert with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra has been rescheduled for Saturday, July 14, at Beard Park in Fayetteville. The SUBE, directed by James T. Spencer, performs at 6 p.m., followed by the SSO at 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
SUBE, which is administered by The College of Arts and Sciences and performs at many of SU’s formal events, will perform a family-friendly program of music by Tchaikosvky, Sousa, John Williams, Glenn Miller and others. The rain location is Eagle Hill Middle School, located at 4645 Enders Road in Manlius.