It was a beautiful, warm, and very windy Sunday afternoon at Bayside Pavilion and Barker’s Island in Superior when the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra came to play. Wind blew sheet music, some music stands blew over, and the orchestra continued playing. Gorgeous music filled the air.
While the orchestra played and children played, patrons overlooked the bay and saw boats, paddle boats, and parasails — while the winds continued to gust. For more than an hour, music filled the air and our hearts.
DSSO earned thanks for the beauty it created.
Mary Ann Katzmark
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