By Judith Green
May 22, 2007
We, the community of Ketchikan,
have our very own local talent that gives to us over and over
again. We have in our midst a wealth of talent that gives richly
to us, and it doesn't even break the piggy bank for those who
want to 'expose' the whole family to a community based concert
Dale Curtis, soloing on his trumpet, did a tribute to the composer Clifton Williams, a lifelong personal favorite.
Brent Purvis, 1990 Kayhi graduate was here to conduct his (SE Alaska) compostion - A Remarkable Run - written especially for the KCCB.
The percussion section - again - did an outstanding performance. (They sure do get their exercise in that section.)
The KCCB conductor himself
had arranged a movement from one of his favorites (Borodin Symphony
No2) which was included in tonight's performance.
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