Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Petra Mayer approaches her father Garrett Mayer during his performance during the Kenai Peninsula Orchestra's Summer Music Festival Monday, July 27, 2015, in Soldotna, Alaska. Players shifted throughout the performance due to a miscommunication. The main musicians including Mayer, Jack Will, Sue Biggs and Logan Boyle, dubbed themselves the Professors Blackstone's Impromptu Wizards. "They just were thrown together last minute, and listen- they are amazing," said music festival's Artisit Director Tammy Vollom-Matturno.

Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Petra Mayer approaches her father Garrett Mayer during his performance during the Kenai Peninsula Orchestra's Summer Music Festival Monday, July 27, 2015, in Soldotna, Alaska. Players shifted throughout the performance due to a miscommunication. The main musicians including Mayer, Jack Will, Sue Biggs and Logan Boyle, dubbed themselves the Professors Blackstone's Impromptu Wizards. "They just were thrown together last minute, and listen- they are amazing," said music festival's Artisit Director Tammy Vollom-Matturno.

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