Music is life for Bruce Connor

Bruce Connor plays a 19th century clarinet he restored at Capital Music. After years repairing instruments while also working as a band teacher, Connor has retired from teaching and now works on instruments full time.

Bruce Connor plays a 19th century clarinet he restored at Capital Music. After years repairing instruments while also working as a band teacher, Connor has retired from teaching and now works on instruments full time. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

Music is a passion and life-long endeavor for Bruce Connor, local instrument repairman, retired band instructor and co-owner of Capital Music.

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He’s spending his summer repairing band instruments at Capital Music as he has for more than 20 years. But music has played an important role in his life far beyond his current career.

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