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conducted the band
May 28, 2012: Memorial Day-- Though the Burlington Municipal Band is most closely associated with concerts in Crapo Park on summer Sunday evenings, we generally begin our seasons as a part of Burlington's Memorial Day service, this year held inside Memorial Auditorium due to weather.
June 17--Ted Francis conducted the band
June 16--Steamboat Days Parade
A small group from the band finds a shady tree prior to climbing onto our trailer (visible in the background) provided by Thomann Automotive
The brasses stand as Arnie conducts The Stars and Stripes Forever.
June 10-- our concert was conducted by Jacob Davis
In a rare event for our band, the tubas, trumpets, and trombones left the stage to perform Gabrieli's Chorale: St. Marks "antiphonally"
July 1 --Mike Lachnitt conducted the concert,
celebrating his fiftieth season with our band!
Steve Hexom, from radio station KBUR, introduces the conductors at the beginning of most of our concerts
Mike conducts the band
Richard Su plays The Chimes of Liberty
Mike introduces the vocal soloists for South Pacific--
his son Gerhardt Lachnitt (trumpeter)
and daughter-in-law Carmen Lachnitt (bassoonist)
July 8 -- With a wealth of conductors and a limited number of concerts, an increasing number of our concerts are split between two conductors, such as our July 8 concert split between Marcia Korb and Arnie Anderson.
Marcia Korb gives instructions before the concert
Steve Hexom introduces Marcia Korb
Victoria Bradley, who regularly plays flute with our band, sings the vocal solo for The Sound of Music
Conductor Arnie Anderson talks about a piece
Arnie Anderson recognizes the men "drafted" to sing The Navy Hymn: tubist Bill Reif, Charles Anderson (Arnie's father), trumpeter Gerhardt Lachnitt, J.D. Henman (father of trumpeter Jeremy Henman), and Tom Bradley (father of flautist and vocal soloist Tori Bradley)