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KU Wind Ensemble to perform at Lied Friday evening; performance to feature horn soloist Gail Williams and guest conductors Paul Stevens and Sarah Labovitz

Monday, March 28, 2011

The University of Kansas Wind Ensemble will perform Friday evening, April 1, 2011, 7:30pm at the Lied Center of Kansas. Paul Popiel will conduct, Sarah Labovitz and Professor Paul Stevens will guest conduct, and guest artist Gail Williams will appear as horn soloist.

The ensemble will perform a variety of works, including Giovanni Gabrieli's "Canzona Septimi Toni no. 2" from Sacrae Symphonie; Serenade in Eb by Richard Strauss; Roger Nixon's Fiesta del Pacifico; Morton Lauridsen's O Magnum Mysterium; Silverado by Bruce Broughton; Concerto for Horn and Wind Ensemble by Dana Wilson; and John Philip Sousa's Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.

Tickets are $7/general admission and $5/students and seniors and are available through the Lied Box Office at 785-864-2787, or at lied.ku.edu.

Contact the KU School of Music for more information at 785-864-3436. www.music.ku.edu

 



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