A better sort of Greenwich Ave. horn

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Ron Harter, music teacher at the Whitby School in Greenwich, plays his trumpet while sitting on a Greenwich Avenue bench, Wednesday evening, May 1, 2013. Greenwich Avenue comes alive with more music and art Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m. when Art to the Avenue has its opening night festivities. The event features more than 150 artists with performances by the Grace Notes, a women's volunteer a cappella singing group based in Greenwich, and  opera singer, Pamela Kuhn. For a map of artists and their locations, visit www.greenwich arts.org.

Ron Harter, music teacher at the Whitby School in Greenwich, plays his trumpet while sitting on a Greenwich Avenue bench, Wednesday evening, May 1, 2013. Greenwich Avenue comes alive with more music and art Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m. when Art to the Avenue has its opening night festivities. The event features more than 150 artists with performances by the Grace Notes, a women’s volunteer a cappella singing group based in Greenwich, opera singer, Pamela Kuhn and many others. For a map of artists and their locations, visit www.greenwich arts.org.

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