SAN ANGELO, Texas – Angelo State College’s Scholar Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble will current stay public concert events on Saturday and Sunday, March 27-28, at San Angelo’s Invoice Aylor Sr. Memorial RiverStage.
The ASU Symphony Orchestra will carry out on March 27 at 3 p.m. The ASU Wind Ensemble will carry out on March 28 at 2:30 p.m. Each concert events are free and open to the general public. Attendees are inspired to carry garden chairs and follow social distancing.
The Symphony Orchestra live performance, titled “Classics by the Concho,” will open with a efficiency by the Concho Valley Youth Orchestra, which incorporates over 40 center and highschool college students representing space faculty music applications, in addition to homeschools.
The ASU Symphony Orchestra, which contains over 40 pupil musicians, will then carry out numerous works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Schubert, Hector Berlioz, Johann Strauss II and Joe Hisaichi. Highlighting the live performance will probably be a solo efficiency on piano by Michaela Zimmerman of San Angelo, co-winner of ASU’s 2020 Concerto Competitors.
Each the ASU Symphony Orchestra and the Concho Valley Youth Orchestra are directed by Dr. Fagner Magrinelli Rocha, ASU assistant professor of music.
The Wind Ensemble live performance, titled “Give Us This Day,” will characteristic 44 ASU pupil musicians on numerous woodwind, brass and percussion devices. The musical program will embrace:
- “Rocky Level Vacation” by Ron Nelson
- “II Clarinet Concerto” by Oscar Navarro
- “A Motion for Rosa” by Mark Camphouse
- “Second Suite in F” by Gustav Holst
- “Into the Silent Land” by Steven Danyew
- “Give Us This Day” by David Maslanka
Highlighting the live performance will probably be a solo efficiency on clarinet by Luis Gomez of San Antonio, co-winner of ASU’s 2020 Concerto Competitors.
The ASU Wind Ensemble is directed by Dr. Jonathan Alvis, affiliate professor of music and ASU director of bands.