This week, the “little orchestra” Pink Martini performed twice in Homer. They took the stage Monday afternoon during a student assembly at Homer High School; then they filled the high school’s 500 seats a second time Monday night with an audience of all ages. Pink Martini’s vocalist Storm Large says one of the most thrilling parts of the trip was the chance to advise Homer’s youth. KBBI’s Quinton Chandler has more.
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