Sunday, April 25, 2010
|Who:||SC State University’s Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble|
|What:||The Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble will host their annual spring concert. Under the direction of Eddie Ellis, director of Bands, and John Robinson, professor of Woodwinds and assistant director of Bands, the group will perform works written exclusively for wind band and orchestral ensembles.
Musical selections will include “Africa Ceremonial and Ritual” composed by Robert Smith, “Celebration Overture” composed by Paul Creston, “Italian In Algiers” composed by G. Rossini, “Symphonic Movement” composed by David Holsinger, “Symphony No. 1” composed by Richard Saucedo, “Where Never Lark or Eagle Fle Fate of the Gods” composed by Steven Reineke, “The Symphonians” composed by Claude T. Smith, and “Prelude and Rondo” composed by David Holsinger.
|When:||This event will take place on Sunday, April 25, 2010 at 7 p.m.|
|Where:||The annual spring concert will be held in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Auditorium located on the campus of SC State University.|
|Contact:||For additional information about the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble’s annual spring concert, contact Eddie Ellis at (803) 536-8570, or John Robinson at (803) 536-8993.|