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Reading-Fleming Intermediate School to Hold 4th Annual 'Music in Our Schools' Month Concert

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Whitehouse Wind Symphony Credits: courtesy photo
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Hunterdon Harmonizers Credits: courtesy photo
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FLEINGTON, NJ - The Reading-Fleming Intermediate School PTO, in coordination with the RFIS Music Department, will host a free concert featuring the Hunterdon Harmonizers, Whitehouse Wind Symphony and Flemington-Raritan School District K-8 Student Choir on Tuesday, March 21 at 7 p.m.  

The month of March is recognized nationally as Music in Our Schools Month and this special spring concert will be the fourth year the PTO has organized this event. The concert will be held in the RFIS gymnasium located at 50 Court Street in Flemington and is open to all.

"We are excited to host a very special night of music performed by a variety of talented local musicians in Hunterdon County including our very own Flemington-Raritan School District K-8 Student Choir" said Anthony DeMarco, Principal at RFIS. "Flemington-Raritan students and families, as well as members of the entire community, are invited to join us for this special free concert filled with music and song. The event is sure to be exciting as students from across the school district join together with the Harmonizers and Wind Symphony for this special concert."

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The schedule for the concert is as follows:

6:30 - 7 p.m.          Doors open, student and adult music performances in lobby 
7 p.m.                    Welcome by Anthony DeMarco, Principal RFIS, concert commences
8 p.m.                    Meet the Harmonizers and Symphony players following the concert

The RFIS PTO, RFIS Administrators and RFIS music teachers look forward to welcoming the community at the Intermediate School! All are welcome. Open seating provided in the RFIS gymnasium.

RFIS is a Title 1 School within the Flemington-Raritan School District and the PTO is a fully recognized non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. Donations to the RFIS PTO are tax deductible. For more information on the PTO, visit http://www.frsd.k12.nj.us/site/Default.aspx?PageID=3018

To learn more about the Hunterdon Harmonizers and the Whitehouse Wind Symphony visit www.njharmonizers.org/ and whitehousewindsymphony.org/

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