April 30: Webster University Wind Ensemble

| April 27, 2012

James A. Martin

The Webster University Wind Ensemble, directed by adjunct music professor James A. Martin, will perform a concert of music written and transcribed for the Wind Ensemble.

Date/Time: Monday, April 30, 2012, 7 p.m.
Location: Community Music School, 535 Garden Ave.
Admission: $3 for the general public, free to Webster students, faculty and staff with valid Webster I.D.

The works range from Sweelinck’s “Ballo del Granduca” (1589) to Gordon Jacob’s first composition for wind ensemble in 1924, “An Original Suite.” The program also includes Gustav Holst’s “Mars” from “The Planets” and the “Symphony No. 3” by Boris Kozhevnikov.

The second half of the concert features the Webster Choral Society under the direction of graduate students Andrew Hampton and Charles Mueller, both completing master’s degrees in choral conducting.

The Choral Society performs Francesco Durante’s “Magnificat,” featuring a student string quartet, faculty member Joe Neske on harpsichord and student and faculty soloists.

For more information, call the Webster University Fine Arts Hotline at 314-968-7128.

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