|Event||GU Wind Ensemble Fall Concert|
|When||Thursday, November 20, 2008 at 8:00pm|
|Ticket/RSVP||This event requires a ticket or RSVP|
GU Wind Ensemble Fall Concert
Musical Direction by Prof. Aaron Broadus
Fall Concert – Nov. 20 at 8 p.m. in Gaston Hall
General: $ 5
Faculty/Staff/Senior (65 or older): $5
With credit card on-line at: http://performingarts.georgtown.edu
Or at Davis Center Box Office; Call: 202/687-ARTS
Must present picture ID and proof of faculty, staff, senior or student.
Join the Georgetown University Wind Ensemble for an exciting evening of music featuring outstanding works from composers John Barns Chance and others. Also featuring the terrific GU percussion section.
The Wind Ensemble offers performances that challenge and enrich the musical lives of the participants and listeners. The music selected each semester is examined vis-a-vis its socio-cultural significance in western culture. From Corelli to Grainger, this ensemble will seriously examine all genres and aspects of the wind literature. Professor Aaron Broadus will conduct the wind ensemble
while Dr. Jones is on leave this Fall.
|Access||» This event has been marked as open to the public.|
|Contact||Ron Lignelli, Managing Director, Department of Performing Arts, Davis Arts Center, Rm 108, Box 571063, Washington, DC 20057-1063 Ph. 202/687-3838; Fax: 202-687-5757|
|Sponsors||Department of Performing Arts|
|Web site||For more information, see http://performingarts.georgetown.edu/BOXOFFICE/index.html|
Georgetown University Department of Performing Arts
» Information about this calendar
» Other events on this calendar
» All events on the Master Calendar
- There are no upcoming events scheduled at this time.
- Leading Washington Artists Reach Across Disciplines for World Premiere Dance-Theatre Collaboration: May 3-5
- Georgetown University Theater & Performance Studies Program presents area premiere of “Trojan Barbie: A Car-Crash Encounter with Euripides’ ‘Trojan Women’” by newest faculty member Christine Evans
- Anna Deavere Smith Residency at Georgetown University Includes Symposium, Staged Reading of “On Grace”