‘Elvis Goes Baroque’


The sound of Rodney Mack’s trumpet has reverberated throughout the world. Whether playing baroque piccolo trumpet or interpreting works commissioned especially for him, his artistry has been enthusiastically enjoyed inside of the United States and in such countries as France, Spain, Germany, England, Greece, Rumania, Japan, Taiwan, and Korea. He has been praised by music critics from Fanfare Magazine, American Record Guide, Records International Catalog, and other international publications for his evocative interpretation, impeccable virtuosity, and beauty of sound.

Rodney Mack will be the featured soloist at the Endless Mountain Music Festival Orchestra concert on August 1, 2010 at the Troy High School Memorial Auditorium in Troy. The Orchestra will also be presenting Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons”. The event begins at 3 p.m.

The Endless Mountain Music Festival concert is being sponsored by the Troy School District Foundation. The Endless Mountain Music Festival Educational Outreach Plan provides free admission to the Troy event for all students. The cost of an adult ticket is $25, and tickets are available now at MC Insurance in Troy, or by calling 297-2857. Tickets will also be available August 1, 2010 at the door.

The Troy Town Band and the Troy High School Band Boosters are assisting with selling advance tickets as a fund raiser to help buy a new set of tympani to replace the tympani currently used by the instrumental department.

More about the festival is available at www.endlessmountain.net.

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