Photo by Ann Borden
Concertgoers brought lawn chairs, blankets and picnics to the Goizueta Business School’s Jenkins Courtyard for a free evening of music July 9 with the Emory Summer Concert Band. Scott Stewart, senior lecturer and director of wind studies, conducted the all-instrumental program, featuring Bernard Flythe on the tuba. The mostly American pieces included selections from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma” as a preview of the production of that musical coming next spring from Theater Emory and the Emory Wind Symphony.
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