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Atrium of Hospital Hosts Concerts

The U.S. Army Band “Downrange”

The U.S. Army Band “Downrange”

Photo: Debbie Accame

The U.S. Army Band “Downrange” recently performed a repertoire of rock, pop and patriotic music for Clinical Center patients, staff and visitors. Downrange supports armed services personnel as well as Congress, diplomats and special public groups.

Also, the University of Maryland Jazz Combo, on a different occasion, played an array of jazz standards. Improvisation is a key component of the group’s performances, which feature the music of Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins, Wayne Shorter and many others. Faculty members, students and alumni make up the group and enjoy performing America’s classical music together.

The University of Maryland Jazz Combo

The University of Maryland Jazz Combo

Photo: Debbie Accame

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