Lee Symphony Orchestra Has Concert Monday
Ann Arbor Concert Band’s Fall Classics concert Sunday includes works by Copland, Williams and Holst
Happily, the Ann Arbor Concert Band is happy to oblige, with Aaron Coplands Fanfare for the Common Man, anchoring a concert Sunday in Hill Auditorium. The program also includes two works by Vaughan Williams (Toccata Marziale and English Folk Song Suite), Holsts Hammersmith, Ives Variations on America, Hansons Chorale and Alleluia and Mannin Venn, by Wood. Founded in 1978 as the Ann Arbor Symphony Band by Victor Bordo and David Juillet, the Ann Arbor Concert Band has served as an ensemble for musicians wishing to perform wind band literature. The band has its roots in the Ann Arbor school system’s music program and continues a close relationship with it today. While they maintain an amateur status, “the standards of performance and organization are strictly professional,” according to their website. James Nissen conducts. Although rooted in the local area, the band also performs throughout the lower half of Michigan. Concerts are presented four to five times during the season, from September to May. The Ann Arbor Concert Band plays at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 in Hill Auditorium, 825 N. University Ave. Tickets are $10-$5 (children 12 and under free). Tickets available at the door or in advance from band members.
Mr. Bernhardt joined Lee’s School of Music in the fall of 2011 as an artist in residence and conductor of the Lee Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Bernhardt also serves as music director emeritus of the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera and Principal Pops conductor of the Louisville Orchestra. He was formerly the music director and conductor for 19 seasons with the CSO, and is the first to hold the title emeritus. He is also a frequent conductor for the Boston Pops Orchestra and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact the School of Music at 614-8240 or email email@example.com. October 17, 2013 Lees Choral Union To Present Fall Concert Oct. 24 Lee Universitys Choral Union will present its fall concert, My Song in the Night, under the direction of Assistant Professor of Music Dr. Cameron LaBarr on Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m.
India.Arie’s Paramount concert switched to NYCB Theatre at Westbury (Video)
16 tweet from the NYCB Theatre at Westbury , the venue is looking to get voted as best on Long Island. “It’s that time of the year again to vote for the Best of Long Island! We’d greatly appreciate it if you voted for us: http://bit.ly/1bzHxi8,” the venue tweeted . And with the addition of India . Arie , the theatre now has an even better chance at winning. Long Island music fans are advised that the upcoming concert with India.Arie, that was scheduled for The Paramount in downtown Huntington, Long Island, N.Y. on Sunday, November 3rd, will be moving to a new venue on Long Island the NYCB Theatre at Westbury. Ticket-holders to this event will need to return their tickets at their point of purchase for this show at The Paramount (online purchases will be automatically refunded through Ticketmaster). Customers will then be required to repurchase their tickets for the India.Arie concert at Westbury on Nov. 3rd. NYCB Theatre has placed seats on hold for comparable or better seating locations for any Paramount patrons that come to the box office in person to purchase tickets to the show in Westbury. For any questions or concerns, please call the NYCB Theater at 516-334-0800 or The Paramount Box Office at 631-673-7300. Opened Sept. 30, 2011, The Paramount, located in downtown Huntington, Long Island, New York, has featured concerts, comedy, boxing, community and other special events in a club/theater setting. With over 25,000 Facebook fans, The Paramount was recently ranked by Pollstar Magazine as the #24 highest attended club venue worldwide (January-June 2013).