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Spokane Symphony at Comstock Park

With the help of sponsor Sterling Bank, the Spokane Symphony once again put on their free Labor Day concert at Comstock Park Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The show opened with the national anthem and finished with Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture Solennelle.


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Before the start of the music, concertgoers settle in with picnic dinners and lawn chairs .


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Musical director and conductor Eckhart Preu takes the stage with the Spokane Symphony at the start of the program.


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Musical director and conductor Eckhart Preu leads the Spokane Symphony in the national anthem.


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Brenna Weisbrod, left, and Mica Pointer dance off to the side of the stage as the Spokane Symphony plays Tchaikovsky’s “Waltz of the Flowers” from “The Nutcracker” Monday.


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Musical director and conductor Eckhart Preu introduces the next piece the Spokane Symphony will play to the crowd at the free Labor Day concert.


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The crowd shows its appreciation for the Spokane Symphony’s rendition of the “Overture from Die Fledermaus” Monday


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Conductor Eckhart Preu leads the Spokane Symphony during the free Labor Day concert.


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Musical director and conductor Eckhart Preu leads the Spokane Symphony before a massive crowd at Comstock Park.


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Concert goers eat picnic lunches while the Spokane Symphony plays a menu of light classics Monday at Comstock Park.

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