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  • Director Amy Steiner’s daughter London (center) made a guest appearance to sing “Let It Go” from Disney’s “Frozen.”
  • The Buffalo Niagara Concert Band took the stage on July 16, for the fifth in Angola’s Summer Lawn Chair Concert Series.
A patriotic night in Angola with Buffalo Niagara Concert Band
Date: 2014-07-23
ANGOLA — On July 16, the fifth installation in Angola’s 2014 Summer Lawn Chair Concert Series commenced at 7 p.m. for a performance by the Buffalo Niagara Concert Band, under clear skies.“We have one of the largest groups we’ve ever had,” said Angola’s Deputy Mayor Bill Houston, as he introduced the band and its roster of more than 70 members. “And it’s one of the very best groups we’ve ever had, too.”After the audience greeted conductor Amy Steiner, as she took the podium, the Buffalo Niagara Concert Band began the evening with a performance of the national anthem, as the American Legion Post No. 928, the sponsors for Wednesday’s concert, presented the flag.The show’s selections carried on in a similarly patriot spirit, as the band continued with Morton Gould’s “American Salute,” John Philip Sousa’s “Semper Fidelis” and Robert Jager’s “Espirit de Corps.”The Buffalo Niagara Band also was able to incorporate some classic pop songs into its set list. The group reached back to classic standards,...
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