Twelve structural steel pillars rise out of the construction site as steel erectors use platform lifts and a 260-foot crane to affix bracing beams. (Trumpet)
Twelve structural steel pillars rise out of the construction site as steel erectors use platform lifts and a 260-foot crane to affix bracing beams.
(Trumpet)

Edmond Concert Series Soon to Have a New Home

November 18, 2008  •  From theTrumpet.com
The Armstrong International Cultural Foundation concert series begins its final season inside the John Amos Field House.
 

Edmond, Oklahoma—The Armstrong International Cultural Foundation kicked off its 2008-2009 Performing Arts Series last evening, November 17, when classical music sensation the 5 Browns, took the stage in the John Amos Field House. Just across the campus, 800 tons of steel lay on the ground awaiting the first light of morning to be hoisted in place for the foundation’s new concert hall.

Seated at their five Steinway pianos, the first family of piano, made up of these five 20-something prodigies, carried an expectant audience filled with tykes, teens, parents and grandparents through a two-hour musical journey filled with beauty, passion and imagination.

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