TCA director applauds TMS for partnering with ASO for show

To the Editor,

On behalf of Tecumseh Center for the Arts (TCA) I would like to take this opportunity to applaud Tecumseh Middle School for partnering with Adrian Symphony Orchestra (ASO) to bring the performance of “My Favorite Things: Celebrating the Music of Julie Andrews” to the TCA stage on February 20. This performance was solely for Tecumseh Middle School students, teachers and chaperones, and was an inspiring way to bring music to our local students.

The Tecumseh Middle School performance featured Diane Penning performing a tribute to Julie Andrews, beloved star of stage, screen and television. From twirling on the mountaintop to the charming Cherry Tree Lane, Diane and the ASO performed titles from “The Sound of Music,” “My Fair Lady,” “Camelot,” “Mary Poppins” and more.

I am proud to be part of the Tecumseh community and that the TCA was able to host this performance. Congratulations to Tecumseh Middle School for recognizing the importance of collaborating, educating and teaching the arts to our students.

Kathy Field

Operations Director

Tecumseh Center for the Arts


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