Conductor Bill Haraden leads the Cornelius Youth Orchestra. The group is preparing for its Halloween concert 11 a.m. Oct. 28 on the Discovery Place Kids lawn in Huntersville. The orchestra will be joined by the Brawley Middle eighth-grade band.
Conductor Bill Haraden leads the Cornelius Youth Orchestra. The group is preparing for its Halloween concert 11 a.m. Oct. 28 on the Discovery Place Kids lawn in Huntersville. The orchestra will be joined by the Brawley Middle eighth-grade band. Joe Habina
Conductor Bill Haraden leads the Cornelius Youth Orchestra. The group is preparing for its Halloween concert 11 a.m. Oct. 28 on the Discovery Place Kids lawn in Huntersville. The orchestra will be joined by the Brawley Middle eighth-grade band. Joe Habina

Cornelius Youth Orchestra plays that tune to cultivate young musicians

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