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Randy Houser to headline the AmeriCU Salute to the Troops Tribute Concert at FMWR’s Mountainfest

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FORT DRUM, NY –  Country music artist Randy Houser is set to headline AmeriCU’s ninth Salute to the Troops Tribute Concert as part of the Fort Drum Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation’s (FMWR) Mountainfest.

The concert, which has been recognized multiple times by the Credit Union National Association as the best promotional event in the country, is presented by AmeriCU Credit Union in thanks to the U.S. Army 10th Mountain Division soldiers and their families for their valiant service and sacrifice to our country. It is held in cooperation with co-sponsors FMWR, Carthage Area Hospital, Fort Drum Mountain Community Homes, Martin’s Point, the USO, Waite Toyota, Kinney Drugs, CUNA Mutual Group, Waite Motorsports, Wahl Media, Lamar Advertising, Community Broadcasters, and NBC Watertown.

Fort Drum Post will open at 12PM on Wednesday, September 1. Mountainfest features fun, family activities beginning at 1PM, followed by the Salute to the Nation at 4PM. The AmeriCU Salute to the Troops Tribute Concert begins at 6PM, followed by an amazing fireworks display! All events are free and open to the public.

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OONY Baroque Concert

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Baroque & Beyond

Conductor:

Kenneth Andrews

Due to the ongoing pandemic, ONNY has postponed its Baroque concert, scheduled for February 13 and 14, 2021. The concert is re-scheduled for Saturday, June 5 and Sunday, June 6, streaming online. We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

VIVALDI Concerto Grosso in G Major “Alla Rustica” HAYDN Cello Concerto in D major, H.VIIb/2, Mvt. II and III WARLOCK Capriol Suite, Based on Dance Tunes from Arbeau’s “Orchésographie” MONTGOMERY Starburst (2012) GEMINIANI Concerto Grosso in D Minor, H. 143 “La Folia”

Soloist: Joyce Cheng, Cello, Winner of the 2020 Young Artist Competition

Pre-Concert Conversation with Joyce Cheng

The Baroque Orchestra of ONNY proudly presents a program that goes beyond the Baroque time period to include music from the Classical period, the 21st century, and a set of dances written in the style of the 16th century Renaissance.

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