Presenting a session entitled "Using Score Study as the Foundation of Rehearsal Design" at the annual conference of the World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles.
Join the Washington and Lee University Chamber Winds and Wind Ensemble in a program of music both new and old, with special guests Dr. Louie Eckhardt, piccolo trumpet, and Omar Thomas, guest composer.
Program includes music by Curnow, Grainger, Meyer, Kinningham, Stephenson, Giroux, and Thomas.
Brahms Piano Concerto No 2 and Mozart's Requiem with Washington and Lee University Orchestra and Choirs
Join the University Orchestra, University Singers, Cantatrici, and Men's Glee Club in a performance of Mozart's iconic Requiem. Also featured is Conley Hurst '17 performing the first movement of Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2.
Representing Washington and Lee University as part of the college/university exhibits hall.
SRSU Wind Ensemble performs special music for the new president of Sul Ross State University, Dr. William Kibler, as he is invested as our next president.
Repertoire to include:
Exuberant Overture by Vaibhav Mohanty
Pegasus by John Wesley Gibson
First Suite in Eb by Gustav Holst
Presenting clinics at the annual NMMEA convention.
The SRSU Wind Ensemble presents its Winter concert in conjunction with the Concert Choir. The Wind Ensemble Program will include:
"Overture for Band" by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartoldy
"Exordium" by James Swearingen
"Anthem for Winds and Percussion" by Claude T Smith
"Ye Banks and Braes O' Bonnie Doon" by Percy Grainger
"Sleigh Ride" by Leroy Anderson
You can watch the concert via livestream by clicking the link available at www.sulross.edu/music
I'll be presenting two sessions at NMEA: "How to Play (and Win) the Transition Game" and "Conduct Expressively! Creating More Musical Performances Through Application of the Laban Method".
The spring concert for music ensembles at SRSU. Featured will be the world premier of "Poem of Many in One" for wind ensemble and choir written by Robert Giracello and based on the text of Walt Whitman.