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Glasgow Musicale presents Strings/Got No Strings 15 Nov 2015

By Linda Hitchcock

Glasgow Musicale presents a free community concert, Strings/Got No Strings Extravaganza on Sunday, November 15, 2015, at 2pmCT, at the Barren County High School Auditorium, 507 Trojan Trail, Glasgow, KY. The program is under the direction of BCHS Orchestra Director Amberly Bush.

It will highlight the contributions of the strings section to the orchestral sounds followed by a rousing celebration of percussion. Eleven year-old Evan Hale, a Glasgow Middle School student, with a passion for playing drums and singing will be the featured artist along with surprise guests. Come and join the fun. All are invited.

Glasgow Musicale, established in 1894, is the oldest Music Club in the Commonwealth, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization and a member of the Kentucky and National Federation of Music Clubs.

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