Grammy award-winning soprano, Hila Plitmann, joins the University Wind Symphony in a performance of John Corigliano’s moving “Mr. Tambourine Man,” based on the poetry of Bob Dylan.
John Corigliano: Mr. Tambourine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan (for soprano and wind ensemble)
Katheryn Salfelder: Cathedrals
Paul Hindemith: Symphony in B-flat
Under the direction of Dustin Barr - Director of Bands, the University Wind Symphony, acclaimed for its broad repertoire and excellence, performs contemporary music by important American composers such as Kraft, Grantham, Welcher, Husa, and Ticheli as well as the traditional concert band music of Sousa, Holst and Vaughn Williams. The ensemble is comprised of the finest wind studies majors in the School of Music, and has performed throughout the world. Tours have included a performance in Lisbon sponsored by the US Embassy and culminated with a performance with one of Portugal's most highly regarded bands in the city of Alcochete; the Jeju International Band Festival in South Korea, and the Japan Band Director’s Association annual clinic at Nemo-No-Sato. The Wind Symphony has also performed numerous times for the College Band Directors National Association's (CBDNA) Regional Conference and the California Band Directors Annual Convention. During Dr. Barr's tenure, the University Wind Symphony made its first appearance at the 2019 CBDNA National Conference in Arizona.
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