VAIL STEWART RUMLEY | DAILY NEWS PLAYING IN THE RAIN: Symphony-goers came prepared for the weather at the Sunday-night performance of the North Carolina Symphony in Festival Park. A brief shower saw the umbrellas come out as the band played on. The free concert, which featured music from a variety a movie scores over the years, including “Colonel Bogey March” from “The Bridge on the River Kwai” and the theme from :Star Wars,” was sponsored by PotashCorp-Aurora.
VAIL STEWART RUMLEY | DAILY NEWS
Symphony-goers came prepared for the weather at the Sunday-night performance of the North Carolina Symphony in Festival Park. A brief shower saw the umbrellas come out as the band played on. The free concert, which featured music from a variety of movie scores over the years, including “Colonel Bogey March” from “The Bridge on the River Kwai” and the theme from “Star Wars,” was sponsored by PotashCorp-Aurora.

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Playing in the rain

Published 9:00pm Monday, June 10, 2013

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