Cleveland’s Burning River Brass played at the Port Clinton High School Performing Arts Center on Monday, Dec. 20. They entertained over 400 audience members with two concerts in Port Clinton.
Outstanding brass players from all over the country gather in Cleveland every year to play concerts of traditional Christmas carols and holiday favorites. The free Port Clinton concert was presented as a gift to the community by the Musical Arts Series in Port Clinton in memory of their former board member and past high school band director Earl E. Warnke.
Both performances were sponsored by the Stensen Memorial Foundation and Crown Battery.