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Kentucky Classic Orchestra free Spring Concert Sat 13 May 2017

At Lebanon, KY's Centre Square under direction of Campbellsville University's Dr. Lisa McArthur, featuring music by Don Johnson III.
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By Jenny Edwards Kawa

Kentucky Classic Orchestra will perform its Spring Concert at the Angelic Hall, Centre Square, 237 N Spalding Avenue, Lebanon, KY, at 5pmCT/6pmET, Saturday, May 13, 2017. The concert is free.

Directed by Campbellsville University music professor, Dr. Lisa McArthur, the performance will feature a tribute by Don Johnson III in honor of his late father, Don Johnson, Jr. of "President Lincoln's Own" band, and the Kentucky Baroque Trumpets. A reception with homemade refreshments will be held immediately following.

Offering instrumentalists the opportunity to share their love of music with the community, this free regional orchestra performs 3-4 concerts per year, and is comprised of 45 members from Albany, Bardstown, Campbellsville, Greensburg, Lebanon, Liberty, Louisville and Springfield.

Contacts: Website - or Phone Kentucky Classic Arts at 270-699-2787.

Contact Dr. Lisa McArthur at with regards to interest for joining the orchestra. Those with instrument experience of two years or longer are invited to join with approval of the director.

This story was posted on 2017-05-03 10:11:27
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