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The Really Terrible Orchestra of the Triangle (RTOOT) Announces Their 2012 Winter Concert

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Really Terrible Orchestra of the Triangle (RTOOT)

Event  Information

Durham -- ( Mon., Dec. 10, 2012 )

Really Terrible Orchestra Of the Triangle (RTOOT): "Hallelujah and Hobbits"
$7. -- Hayti Heritage Center , (919)683-1709 , http://www.rtoot.org/ -- 7:30 PM

December 10, 2012 - Durham, NC:

This preview has been provided by the Really Terrible Orchestra of the Triangle (RTOOT).

The Really Terrible Orchestra of the Triangle (RTOOT) announces their 2012 Winter Concert, “Hallelujah and Hobbits”. To celebrate the season the RTOOT will be playing... wait... Hobbits? You’d think a holiday concert might be “hallelujah and angels” or “hallelujah and Santa’s elves”... but Hobbits? It appears that, once again, the RTOOT will offer its audience a delightful combination of orchestral music and unexpected humor.

The performance will be held on Monday, December 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the:
Hayti Heritage Center
804 Old Fayetteville Street
Durham, NC 27701
(919) 683-1709

Tickets are $7.00 and may be purchased at the door or from an orchestra member.

About the Really Terrible Orchestra of the Triangle (RTOOT):
Known for its unique combination of classical music and unexpected humor, the Really Terrible Orchestra of the Triangle (RTOOT) performs its first concert at the Hayti Center. The original Really Terrible Orchestra (RTO) was founded in Edinburgh, Scotland by author Alexander McCall Smith.

In the Triangle area, the RTOOT started in May 2008 and is currently composed of approximately sixty musicians all of whom practice diligently and make every effort to play wonderful music with as much skill and accomplishment as possible. However, it is an RTOOT concert. And one can only imagine what might happen when the RTOOT attempts to celebrate the season.

For more information, please visit www.rtoot.org