The Dodworth Saxhorn Band: Bringing America’s Musical Past to Life
The Dodworth Saxhorn Band is a re-creation of a community brass band of the 1800s, playing antique instruments and dressing in period clothing. Their concert showcases music of the turn of the century, reflecting the social customs, political climate, and patriotic pride of the developing nation. This presentation is part of a series of programs, The Gilded Age to the Great War: America at the Turn of the Century, at the Lorenzo Cultural Center. Pre-registration required.
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44575 Garfield Rd.
Clinton, MI 48038
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