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WHO: Octavio Cruz, Nikki Rowe HS, Alejandro Cruz, Nikki Rowe HS, and Marco Antonio Cruz, Fossum MS

WHAT: Cello concerto

WHEN &           Wed., May 20, 2020, at 4:00 p.m.
WHERE:           City of McAllen Central Fire Station, 201 N. 21st, outside

This week, local brothers Octavio, Alejandro and Marco Antonio Cruz have been playing cello concerts outside of local McAllen fire stations, as a way of saying thanks to these first responders, and to keep their music playing skills sharp.

Come see these very talented brothers who will be playing, among other classical selections:

o   “Prelude” by Bach

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o   “Spring” from The Four Seasons by Vivaldi

o   “Habanero” by Bizette

o   “Symphony #25” by Mozart

The concert will be held outside of the fire station.

Please remember to wear masks and practice social distancing.

The concert will be carried live on City of McAllen Facebook.

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