Mason Wind Symphony & Ohio State Band Concert
Friday, May 04, 2018 8:00pm
|Location||Center for the Arts - Concert Hall Stage, Fairfax Campus, Center for the Arts - Concert Hall, Fairfax Campus|
|Presented By||Mason School of Music|
The Ohio State University Bands have enjoyed a wonderfully rich history. From humble beginnings in 1879 as a sixteen-piece commencement band, the Ohio State band program has developed into one of national prestige, serving approximately 650 student musicians annually.
The Mason University Wind Symphony, led by composer-conductor Mark Camphouse is a select ensemble comprised of outstanding wind, brass, and percussion players in the School of Music and the University. The ensemble’s mission is to study and perform the best literature available for wind band, while emphasizing soloistic and orchestral performance practice.
Come watch these two reputable ensembles perform together on a fun-filled musical program!
The Star-Spangled Banner (Smith)
Overture to "Candide" (Bernstein)
Symphony No. 6 (Persichetti)
On the Campus March (Sousa)
Grace Before Sleep (LaBarr)
Sandburg Reflections (Buckley)
Sounds from the Oval (Galvin)
Salvation is Created (Tschesnokoff)
In Memoriam (Camphouse)
First Suite in E-flat (Holst)
Tickets: $12, $8, $5
2 student tickets available with I.D. starting April 24 2018.