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Harris Lanzel, Naples Concert Band's music director and conductor

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  • Dennis Hill, a music professor at Edison State College for 32 years, conducts during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Ralph Firestone, 74, right, plays an alto saxophone, that his mother bought for him in 1949, during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • A flute box is adorned with stickers that indicate its owner loves the beach during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Flustist and piccolo player Winnie Kost, right, and flutist Joy Allison catch up for a moment before practice for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Ross Cali assembles his clarinet before the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Saxophonists Joe Funari, from left, Clarence Pike and Ralph Firestone go over sheet music during a short break during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Rodolfo Antonio Castillo, top, a music teacher at Bonita Charter School, plays the trumpet during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Dennis Hill, a music professor at Edison State College for 32 years, conducts while Bob Thurston, right, performs a solo on the euphonium for the song 'Rhapsody' during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Dennis Hill, a music professor at Edison State College for 32 years, conducts during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Dennis Hill, a music professor at Edison State College for 32 years, conducts during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Dennis Hill, left, a music professor at Edison State College for 32 years, conducts during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Ralph Firestone, 74, right, plays an alto saxophone, that his mother bought for him in 1949, during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Dennis Hill, a music professor at Edison State College for 32 years, conducts the song 'Rhapsody' during the second practice of the season for the Bonita Springs Concert Band at Three Oaks Middle School in south Fort Myers last week. This is the band's second year in existence and will have it's first concert on October 25 at Riverside Park on Old U.S. 41 in Bonita Springs. By concert time, conductor Dennis Hill expects have at least 60 members in the band. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Part of the Naples Concert Band's trumpet section
  • Harris Lanzel, Naples Concert Band's music director and conductor

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