Photography by Paparazzi Paul.
On a beautiful Summer's Day, The Stroud Township, PA presented the Trinity Centennial Band at The Albertson Park Gazebo on Sunday June 26th as the first of their Concert in the Park Series. A huge audience filled the grounds as a number of gentle yet rousing compositions were lovingly played throughout the early evening hours. The variety of the pieces ranged from Opera to the Village People with healthy doses of Americana, Big Band, and patriotic tunes placed in the mix.
The afore mentioned Operatic piece was a selection from a work composed by Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini (aka Puccini). Soloist Michael Yasenchok performed the work with a voice so powerful it resonated throughout the park adding depth to the composition for all who were fortunate enough to listen. The Village People's song titled, “YMCA” was joyfully sung by the gathering with many presenting the arm movements the composition is associated with. The concert was an enjoyable one with a wide variety of songs to satisfy anyone’s musical taste. You’ll find more photographs taken during The Trinity Centennial Band concert in The A Centennial by the Gazebo Gallery at www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10155004239088761.1073741985.91146283760&type=3.
The Trinity Centennial Band was founded in 1992 serving as a Community Band for the Poconos who presents outdoor concerts during the summer season at a variety of locations throughout the area. The sizable ensemble consists of amateur and professional musicians who live locally. Their next concert is scheduled for Saturday July 9th at The Mt. Pocono, PA United Methodist Church beginning at 7pm. You can learn more about The Trinity Centennial Band and their schedule by exploring their Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/pages/Trinity-Centennial-Band/173643312684061.
The Summer Concert Series is presented by municipality of Stroud Township which is located in the heart of the Pocono Mountains in Northeastern PA. The township was founded on January 22nd, 1817 and will soon be celebrating it Bicentennial. In addition to its outdoor Summer concerts, the Township offers scenic areas such as the Appalachian Trail and many local parks. The Next installment of The Stroud Township Concert in the Park Series will feature Erin McClelland www.facebook.com/emcclellandband beginning at 6pm in the Jay Albertson Park (named after retired Township Supervisor Jay Albertson) on Sunday July 17th. Please Explore The Stroud Township, PA Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/Stroud-Township-1534416283555360 or their Website www.Stroudtownship.org at to learn more about the concert series and all the township has to offer its community and visitors.