June 24th Centennial Season Concert

Welcome to week three of our Centennial Concert Season!

The program for the June 24, 2015 concert is:  
The Star Spangled Banner Traditional
Fanfare and Flourishes: For a Festive Occasion James Curnow
Salvation Is Created Tschesnokoff, arr. Houseknecht
Chorale and Alleluia Howard Hanson
Historical Interlude: Presented by Dr. Dan Barr, Written by Ruth Bures
Hogan’s Heroes March Jerry Fielding
Begin The Beguine Cole Porter, arr. Teague
The Invincible Eagle John Philip Sousa
Selections from ‘Les Miserables’ Arr. Warren Barker
America The Beautiful Arr. Carmen Dragon

Our Concert Sponsor for the evening is Peerless Industrial Group and our Arts Partner is Great River Shakespeare Festival.

Peerless Industrial Group

Established in 1917, Peerless Chain Company began as a small automotive tire chain manufacturer supplying local garage owners and has since evolved into the Peerless Industrial Group. Today, Peerless is the market leader in the design, manufacturing and supply of chain, overhead lifting, cargo control and traction products in North America.

Headquartered in Winona, Minnesota, Peerless operates three manufacturing locations and six distribution centers. The company offers best-in-class products, innovation and custom solutions to a diverse industrial and consumer customer base. The Peerless product offering is grouped into six categories: overhead lifting, below-the-hook and material handling, cargo control, hardware and industrial, marine and traction. Peerless is recognized around the world for the premium product brands of ACCO, Peerless, SCC and the patented products provided within each brand.

In August of 2014, Peerless became a wholly owned subsidiary of KITO Americas. The combination of Peerless, Harrington and KITO brands gives our combined customers access to a much wider variety of products in the markets we serve throughout KITO’s global network. Learn more at peerlesschain.com.



Find out “What Love Dares” this summer at Great River Shakespeare Festival! GRSF is back for their 12th season in Winona, and this summer is all about love. Featuring the comic romp Much Ado About Nothing, timeless love story Romeo & Juliet and Tennessee Williams’ American classic The Glass Menagerie*, and the Apprentice/Intern production King John, GRSF is sure to have something for everyone this summer.

The always popular and free Concerts on the Green are each Friday and Saturday night of the festival season, with music from 5-7pm and food trucks on-hand. Live music isn’t only on the Green this summer—Winona’s own Mike Munson is composing an original score for Romeo & Juliet, and will be performing live at each show.

Don’t forget to watch www.grsf.org often for updates on events like Will’s Opening Weekend, The Will Run, Chill with Will performances, $10 Tuesdays and more!