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Wind Orchestra Night


Wind Orchestra Night

Saturday 9 March

Tickets: £10 adults, £8 concessions, £3 students/U18

University Wind Band with University of Nottingham Wind Band

Benedict Goodall, Sabrina Ko
University of Birmingham conductors
Matthew Walker, Sam Griffiths
University of Nottingham conductors

The Music Society partner up with the University of Nottingham for this concert, with the University of Birmingham presenting original repertoire for wind orchestra, alongside the world premiere of Jessica Bowen’s Bolero Furia – the winning entry in the 2018 Music Society Composition Competition. In the second half of the concert, the University of Nottingham Wind Band present the lighter side of the wind band world – with arrangements from popular films and Richard Saucedo’s American Barndance.

Nigel Hess The Lochnagar Suite
Guy Woolfenden Firedance
Kenneth Hesketh Danceries (Set 1)
Jessica Bowen Bolero Furia (world premiere)
Bill Whelan, arr. Carl Strommen Riverdance
Arr. Michael Brown Highlights from Star Trek Into Darkness
Arr. Michael Brown The Beach Boys Medley
Arr. Michael Brown Highlights from Guardians of the Galaxy
Richard Saucedo American Barndance

Venue: Elgar Concert Hall, The Bramall

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