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Coeur d’Alene Symphony Labor Day program

The Coeur d’Alene Symphony performed a free program of popular tunes for an appreciative audience who bundled up against the chill and occasional drizzling rain on Labor Day 2015.


Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Principal cellist Mika Hood, left, concentrates as conductor David Demand, right, directs the Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra playing “Stars and Stripes Forever” at the City Park bandshell.


Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

The audience, dressed for cool weather and prepared for rain, listens to the Coeur d’Alene Symphony’s program of popular tunes at City Park.


Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Singer Hailey Hyde, left, sings “O Mio Bambino Caro” as conductor David Demand, right, directs the Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra at the City Park bandshell.


Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Conductor David Demand leads the Coeur d’Alene Symphony through a program of popular tunes at the City Park bandshell on a cool, cloudy Labor Day.


Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Norman Leffler, 86, an Air Force veteran and retired doctor, stands as the Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra plays “Wild Blue Yonder,” the Air Force song at the City Park bandshell on a cool, cloudy Labor Day Monday, Sept. 7, 2015. Leffler served from 1959 to 1965. The medley included songs for the Army, Marines, Navy and Coast Guard.


Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Concertmaster Philip Baldwin plays while conductor David Demand, left, directs the Coeur d’Alene Symphony.


Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Conductor David Demand leads the Coeur d’Alene Symphony through a program of popular tunes at the City Park bandshell. Almost 200 people endured the cool temperatures and occasional drizzle to hear the program of popular tunes, including selections from Broadway shows and “Stars and Stripes Forever.” JESSE TINSLEY jesset@spokesman.com

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