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Left and above: These photographs capture treasured moments from the East Tennessee Concert Band's memorable performance in the famed Carnegie Hall in New York City. The concert was hosted by Mid-America Productions as part of the historic hallís Ensemble Spotlight Series which has featured some of America's finest musicians.

Performing in Carnegie Hall is truly a life-changing event for musicians. After a quiet rehearsal in an empty hall, the band later returned at the call to an enthusiastic full house which rewarded their performance with three standing ovations before the concert concluded.

Each participant will forever carry special and enduring memories from their time on the same hallowed Perelman stage which premiered the first concert in 1891 with the immortal Peter. I. Tchaikovsky conducting. 

Below: A rehearsal in New York City.



Below: The trip to Great Britain in 2004

Some band members at the London Eye ...

... and some at a night out in the West End



The East Tennessee Concert Band answered the call from the Lord Mayor of Westminster to perform at the New Year's Eve and New Year's Day special events for the cities of London and Westminster. Following a public performance to a standing-room-only crowd at a city-wide exhibition, the band was honored to present special music in Number One Whitehall Court for the Lord Mayor and his entourage during a private invitation-only New Year's Eve Gala. Those who took part will long remember this opportunity to perform in one of Great Britain's most historic and culturally significant venues


Below: A rehearsal in the Farragut Middle School band room



Below: A concert at the Half Moon Shores Music Festival held on the shores of Watts Bar Lake at Ten Mile, Tennessee.


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