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One of our favorite pandemic pastimes is revisiting our favorite movies. Our concert features some of the greatest movie music ever written including: The Magnificent Seven, ET: the Extra-terrestrial, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and more. Join us for a wonderful evening of great movie music magic.

The trio of major works for our fall Wind Symphony concert are; Shostakovich's "Festive Overture", Frank Ticheli's "Angels in the Architecture" and James Barnes' "Fantasy Variationss on a Theme by Nicolo Paganinii" - a literal showcase for each section of the ensemble. However, there are also a couple of surprises planned, so make sure to tune in!

In addition to concert band favorites, this concert features some of our outstanding BYU School of Music Faculty soloists including: Diane Reich, Ray Smith, Daron Bradford, Jason Bergman and Larry Lowe.   To read more about this engagement please click here. 

Our concert features "Sound Infusions” of Jazz, Latin, Opera, and English Folk Song into the Wind Band Idiom.  Dr. Jason Bergman, Professor of Trumpet at BYU, will be our featured artist in the timeless "Porgy and Bess Medley" by George Gershwin.

for the past 45+ years, I have shared in the joy of making music with students, colleagues, and friends. Our concert will feature the music of Percy Grainger, Malcolm Arnold, George Gershwin, anfor the past 45+ years I have shared in the joy of making music with students, colleagues, and friends. Our concert will feature the music of Percy Grainger, Malcolm Arnold, George Gershwin, and Henry Fillmore. "Brassworks," our beloved BYU faculty brass quintet will be our featured artists in…

The University Bands will perform a variety of wind band pieces including "Black Canyon of the Gunnison," "Amparito Roca," and "Night on Fire." With conductor Fred McInnis and graduate conductors Shaylee Croxall and Christine Wolf.

Conductor Donald Peterson concludes his 35-year BYU career and brings back a few of his favorite works including Armenian Dances and Lincolnshire Posy

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