Enjoy an evening of fun-filled, toe-tapping music on June 29, with the Sounds of Brass at 6:30 p.m. at the Downtown Gazebo along the river on South First Street in Fulton.
This free concert is sponsored by the City of Fulton Department of Parks & Recreation.
Sounds of Brass engages their audiences through their upbeat, toe-tapping music as well as humorous commentary. You’ll hear music you can sing to, clap to, and even dance to if the spirit moves you. Their varied repertoire includes swing, Dixieland, polkas, patriotic selections and familiar favorites.
This year’s show will feature hits from the big band era including those made famous by Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington and Harry James. The theme of every performance is fun!
Sounds of Brass is made up of Central New York musicians who take pleasure in playing and sharing their joy of music. They volunteer their time and talents and perform frequently in the Central NY area for senior citizens, patriotic events, special church functions, fundraisers and benefits.
This marks the seventh year that Sounds of Brass will perform in Fulton’s Friday night concert series at the Gazebo. Members of Sounds of Brass are: Dave Brown & Natalie Sturr on trumpet, Ray Bratt on French horn, Dick Harper on trombone, Frank Bickel on tuba and Jim Myers on drums.
Come enjoy an evening of fun-filled music by the riverside on June 29, at 6:30 p.m.
Bring a lawn chair for comfortable seating.