Music: On the Move

Honking merrily, the red & yellow buses bumped along the back roads of North Carolina. At Laurinburg (pop. 5,685) they pulled up in front of an old Air Force camp theater, and 60 musicians tumbled out with their instruments. An audience of kids, who had trekked in from all over corn-and cotton-raising Scotland County, was there already, waiting for one of the 117 concerts that Conductor Benjamin Swalin's peripatetic North Carolina Symphony Orchestra (and its 23-man task force) will play at more than 60 highway & byway spots in the state this spring....

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