Nebraska Wind Symphony Presents “Gardensâ€”Flowersâ€”Bugs “
April 13th, 2018
Omaha, NEâ€”The Nebraska Wind Symphony will perform their next concert of the season this Sunday, â€œGardens-Flowers-Bugs.â€ The ensemble comprises all volunteers, but that doesnâ€™t limit its size.
This concert, evidenced by the title, is inspired by the various images of spring, all depicted in music.
â€œGardens-Flowers-Bugsâ€ features a few recent American compositions, like â€œTo Dance in the Secret Garden,â€ by Robert W. Smith, â€œAzalea City March,â€ by Alan Carter, and MacTaggartâ€™s own â€œFlight of the Monarch.â€ The concert will also showcase 2018 NWS Memorial Scholarship/Concerto competition winner, SamuelÂ Kalhorn, who will perform the 3rd movement of Hummelâ€™s Trumpet concerto. One highlight of the afternoon is a piece called â€œThe Incredible Journey.â€
And, thereâ€™s some interesting instrumentation.
The Nebraska Wind Symphonyâ€™s concert, â€œGardens-Flowers-Bugsâ€ is this Sunday at 3pm at the Omaha Conservatory of Music. For more information or tickets, visit Nebraska Wind Symphony.com.
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