UNT College of Music's spring 2015 season gives audiences world-class performances

Thursday, January 8, 2015 - 11:50
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DENTON (UNT), Texas – The UNT College of Music's spring 2015 season brings internationally renowned performers to work with students and faculty, allowing audiences to reap the benefits of world-class concerts. The season also highlights outstanding voice faculty and student performers and the strength of the college's top ensembles and student musicians.

Among this spring's collaborations of student, faculty and guest artists:

  • The One O'Clock Lab Band welcomes 10-time Grammy Award winner Bobby McFerrin for its spring Glenn E. Gomez Endowment Concert. McFerrin will work with vocal jazz students during a week-long residency that culminates with the Feb. 5 concert that features the singer famed for the song "Don't Worry, Be Happy."
  • Faculty and students will work with the acclaimed Baumer String Quartet, which received a silver medal in the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and second prize in the Chamber Music Yellow Springs Competition. Adjunct Professor of Violin at UNT and Dallas Symphony Orchestra Co-concertmaster Nathan Olson is a member of the quartet, which will be showcased in concert with faculty on Feb. 6 and students on Feb. 8.
  • Guest artist Barry Green will bring his expertise as a performer and author. Green spent 28 years as principal bassist for the Cincinnati Symphony and other symphonies and has written three books on musicians nurturing their minds, bodies and spirits. Green will work with students, discussing his book The Inner Game of Music on Feb. 25, followed by a performance with the Wind Symphony on Feb. 26.
  • Visiting Assistant Professor William Joyner joins UNT Opera for Les contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffman) Feb. 27-March 8. Joyner has given nearly 550 performances in 55 different roles in countries across the world in opera theaters that include the Washington National Opera, Milan's Teatro alla Scala and Paris' Opera National as well as with the Chicago Symphony, the New York Philharmonic and other ensembles. Taking on the lead role of Hoffman in this UNT production, he will join students in all facets of this production, giving them the opportunity to learn from his vast experience on the stage firsthand.

This spring's concert season will also showcase the breadth of vocal programs in the college and will feature a variety of musical offerings, such as:

  • The A Cappella Choir will have a special TMEA preview concert in Dallas on Feb. 10. The ensemble was one of two choirs from Texas selected to perform during the Feb. 11-14 Texas Music Educators Association convention in San Antonio. The A Capella Choir is directed by Jerry McCoy, 2013 winner of the Texas Choral Directors Association's Choirmaster Award. The ensemble, one of the college's oldest and most established ensembles, was founded in 1938 by Wilfred Bain.
  • The Baroque Orchestra and Collegium Singers will have two themed programs, Music from Austria on Feb. 20 and Music from London on April 24. Several ensemble members toured Austria and other European countries this past summer. The London concert program includes pieces that the ensembles plan to perform at this year's Boston Early Music Festival. These ensembles offer UNT students the opportunity to study and play early music.
  • Two new voice faculty members will present recitals this season, giving audiences an opportunity to hear these world renowned opera singers in a more intimate setting at the College of Music. Grammy-winning soprano Molly Fillmore presents her recital on March 7 with faculty pianist Elvia Puccinelli. Fillmore made her Metropolitan Opera debut in 2011. Following his UNT Opera debut, Visiting Assistant Professor William Joyner will present a recital on March 28 with faculty pianist Elvia Puccinelli.
  • The One O'Clock Lab Band and UNT Jazz Singers unite for an evening showcasing the Music of Gene Puerling on April 16 and 17. The personal collection of the Grammy-winning vocal arranger was recently donated to UNT's Music Library. The program will draw from his collection of scores and include music that Puerling played with his bands, The Hi-Los! and Singers Unlimited.
  • Displaying the significant talent in both vocal and instrumental ensembles, the Symphony Orchestra and Grand Chorus will perform Beethoven's Ninth Symphony and Vaughan Williams' Five Mystical Songs on April 29. Members of the UNT voice faculty will be featured on the program, including Fillmore, Joyner, soprano Carol Wilson and bass-baritone Stephen Morscheck in the Beethoven piece and baritone Jeff Snider in the Williams piece.

Not to be left out, fan favorites for the spring season will once again be highlighted, including:

  • The third annual Gospel Meets Jazz concert, conceived by jazz saxophone professor Brad Leali, is slated for Feb. 15. This year's concert, Gospel Meets Jazz: One Raelette's Journey to Jazz, features Cynthia Scott and the Three O'Clock Lab Band. Scott was a member of the Raelettes, the female vocal group that provided backing vocals for Ray Charles from the 1960s through 1990s.
  • Each year, students vie for the opportunity to show they are among the college's best musicians in the annual Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition. This year's competition concert will be held on March 11 and will feature nine performers and six conductors selected from all competitors last fall.

For a complete list of UNT College of Music events, including faculty and student recitals, visit the College of Music online calendar. Tickets go on sale Jan. 12. For ticket information for performances at the Murchison Performing Arts Center, call the box office at 940-369-7802 or visit the center's website. Many concerts are streamed live online.

The Music Building is located at the southeast corner of Avenue C and Chestnut Street. The Murchison Performing Arts Center is located along the north side of Interstate 35 at North Texas Boulevard.
Please include the following information in any briefs or calendars.

January

4 p.m. Jan. 20 (Tuesday)
UNT Opera: Directors' Scenes
Paula Homer, director
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

3:30 p.m. Jan. 25 (Sunday)
Faculty Recital
Jeffrey Snider, baritone; and Elvia Puccinelli, piano
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. Jan. 26 (Monday)
Faculty Recital
Eric Nestler and Friends
Eric Nestler, saxophone; Kimberly Cole Luevano and John Scott, clarinet; Mark Ford, marimba; Steven Harlos, piano
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. Jan. 26 (Monday)
BioMediation
Interactive media works by Yago de Quay, João Data, Martin Back, Panayiotis Kokoras and Noisefold with Trio KAZE
Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater, Music Building
Free

4 p.m. Jan. 27 (Tuesday)
UNT Opera: Directors' Scenes
Paula Homer, director
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

6:30 p.m. Jan. 27 (Tuesday)
Guest Artist Recital
Mitsuru Saito, euphonium; Yumi Sato, piano
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

5 p.m. Jan. 30 (Friday)
Concert Orchestra with student conductors
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
Free

8 p.m. Jan. 30 (Friday)
Trombone Showcase I
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

February

5 p.m. Feb. 2 (Monday)
Concert Orchestra
Piano Concerto Finals
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 3 (Tuesday)
Faculty and Guest Artist Recital
Mary Karen Clardy and Federica Lotti, flute; Pamela Mia Paul and Massimo Somenzi, piano
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 4 (Wednesday)
Symphony Orchestra
Celestial Dawning, Broberg; The Planets, Opus 32, Holst
David Itkin, conductor
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. Feb. 5 (Thursday)
One O'Clock Lab Band and UNT Jazz Choir
Glenn E. Gomez Endowment Concert
Guest artist Bobby McFerrin, jazz voice
Jay Saunders, director
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$20/$10

8 p.m. Feb. 6 (Friday)
Faculty and Guest Artist Recital
Baumer String Quartet
Nathan Olson and Aaron Requiro, violin; John T. Posadas, viola; David Requiro, cello; with Susan Dubois, viola; Eugene Osadchy, cello
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 6 (Friday)
Trombone Showcase II
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

3:30 p.m. Feb. 8 (Sunday)
Guest Artist and Student Recital
Baumer String Quartet and Stephen Ahearn, clarinet
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

3:30 p.m. Feb. 8 (Sunday)
Dan Haerle and Friends
Mike Steinel, trumpet; Dan Haerle, piano; Lynn Seaton, bass; Rich DeRosa, drumset
Kenton Hall, Music Building
Free

6:30 p.m. Feb. 8 (Sunday)
Guest Artist Recital
Ann Bradfield and Kyle Hutchins, saxophone
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

4 p.m. Feb. 10 (Tuesday)
Guest Artist Masterclass
Ann Baltz, director of Operaworks
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

7:30 p.m. Feb. 10 (Tuesday)
Symphonic Band
Dennis W. Fisher, conductor
Nostalgic Dream – Zaninelli; Homage to the Dream – Camphouse; Medieval Suite – Ron Nelson; Millennium Canons – Kevin Puts
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

7:30 p.m. Feb. 10 (Tuesday)
TMEA Preview Concert
A Cappella Choir
Jerry McCoy, conductor
St Monica's Cathedral, 9933 Midway Road, Dallas
$10; stmonicachurch.org

8 p.m. Feb. 12 (Thursday)
Guest Artist Recital
Carol Leone, piano
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 13 (Friday)
Faculty and Guest Artist Recital
Gustavo Romero and Massimo Somenzi, four-hand piano
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

5 p.m. Feb. 15 (Sunday)
Gospel Meets Jazz: One Raelette's Journey in Jazz
Three O'Clock Lab Band with guest artist Cynthia Scott, jazz voice
Brad Leali, director
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

6:30 p.m. Feb. 16 (Monday)
Faculty and Guest Artist Recital
John Holt, trumpet; Ekaterina Chernaya-Oh, piano
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 16 (Monday)
Faculty and Guest Artist Recital
James Ryon, oboe; Amanda Virelles, piano
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

7:30 p.m. Feb. 18 (Wednesday)
Concert Band
Nicholas E. Williams, conductor
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. Feb. 19 (Thursday)
Guest Artist Recital
Eddie Elsey, trombone
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

5 p.m. Feb. 20 (Friday)
Guest Artist Recital
Benjamin Cold, saxophone and electronics
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 20 (Friday)
Baroque Orchestra and Collegium Singers
Music from Austria
Paul Leenhouts and Richard Sparks, conductors
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. Feb. 22 (Sunday)
Faculty and Student Recital
Winter Sky Ensemble
Elizabeth McNutt, flute; Janelle Ott, bassoon; Chuong Vu, violin; Daphne Gerling, viola; Steven Harlos, piano
Music of William Coble and others
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 23 (Monday)
Faculty and Guest Artist Recital
New Organ Works by UNT Composers
Jesse Eschbach and S. Andrew Lloyd, organ; John Scott, clarinet
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 23 (Monday)
Distinguished Keyboard Alumni Series
Scott Carrell, piano
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 23 (Monday)
Spectrum
Presented by Composers Forum and CEMI
Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 24 (Tuesday)
Faculty and Guest Artist Recital
Gary Levinson, violin; and Steven Harlos, piano
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

6:30 p.m. Feb. 25 (Wednesday)
Guest Artist Lecture: The Inner Game of Music by Barry Green
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. Feb. 25 (Wednesday)
Faculty, Guest Artist and Student Recital
Felix Olschofka and Chuong Vu, violin; Daphne Gerling, viola; Nino Ružević, cello; Eun Young Joo, piano
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

7:30 p.m. Feb. 26 (Thursday)
Wind Symphony
Jennifer Ciobanu, soprano; Barry Green, double bass; Mary Tarbell-Green, narrator
Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor
Bells Across the Atlantic – Adam Gorb; Points of Departure – Etezady; Anna's Gift: The Way of Passion – Martin/Scofield
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. Feb. 27 (Friday)
UNT Opera and Concert Orchestra
Offenbach's Les contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann)
William Joyner, tenor
Paula Homer, director
Stephen Dubberly, conductor
"In the Know" pre-performance lecture (7:15 p.m.)
Lyric Theater, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$35/$25/$15

8 p.m. Feb. 27 (Friday)
Trombone Showcase III
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

March

3 p.m. March 1 (Sunday)
UNT Opera and Concert Orchestra
Offenbach's Les contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann)
William Joyner, tenor
Paula Homer, director
Stephen Dubberly, conductor
"In the Know" pre-performance lecture (2:15 p.m.)
Lyric Theater, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$35/$25/$15

7:30 p.m. March 2 (Monday)
Brass Band
Brian Bowman, conductor
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. March 2 (Monday)
Faculty and Guest Artist Recital
Nathan Olson, violin; Christopher Guzman, piano
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. March 3 (Tuesday)
Faculty Recital
William Scharnberg, horn; John Scott, clarinet; Bret Serrin, piano
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. March 3 (Tuesday)
Concert Choir
Dwight Jilek, conductor
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. March 3 (Tuesday)
Faculty Recital
Fred Hamilton, jazz guitar
Kenton Hall, College of Music
Free

8 p.m. March 4 (Wednesday)
Concert Orchestra and University Singers
Felix Olschofka, violin; Daphne Gerling, viola; Carol Wilson, soprano; Molly Fillmore, mezzo-soprano; Jeffrey Snider, baritone
Suspensions – Jon Nelson; Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola in E-flat major – Mozart; Mass in C major, "Coronation" - Mozart
Clay Couturiaux, conductor
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

1 p.m. March 6 (Friday)
Guest Artist Clinic
Casey Cangelosi, percussion
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
$5 (at the door)

5 p.m. March 6 (Friday)
Guest Artist Recital
James Hall, flute
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. March 6 (Friday)
UNT Opera and Concert Orchestra
Offenbach's Les contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann)
William Joyner, tenor
Paula Homer, director
Stephen Dubberly, conductor
"In the Know" pre-performance lecture (7:15 p.m.)
Lyric Theater, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$35/$25/$15

8 p.m. March 6 (Friday)
Guest Artist Recital
Casey Cangelosi, percussion
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

6:30 p.m. March 7 (Saturday)
Faculty Recital
Molly Fillmore, soprano; Elvia Puccinelli, piano
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

3 p.m. March 8 (Sunday)
UNT Opera and Concert Orchestra
Offenbach's Les contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann)
William Joyner, tenor
Paula Homer, director
Stephen Dubberly, conductor
"In the Know" pre-performance lecture (2:15 p.m.)
Lyric Theater, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$35/$25/$15

3:30 p.m. March 8 (Sunday)
Faculty Recital
A Tribute to Clifford Brown
Mike Steinel and Rodney Booth, trumpet
Kenton Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. March 9 (Monday)
8 p.m. March 10 (Tuesday)
Student Chamber Music Concert Series
Nikola Ružević, coordinator
Recital Hall, Room 301, and Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

7 p.m. March 10 (Tuesday)
International Women's Day Celebration
UNT Women's Chorus, Women's Chorus of Dallas, TWU Concert Choir
Dallas City Performance Hall, 2520 Flora St., Dallas
$35/$10

8 p.m. March 11 (Wednesday)
Concerto Competition Winners
Symphony Orchestra
David Itkin, conductor, with student conductors
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. March 23 (Monday)
Spectrum
Presented by Composers Forum
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

7:30 p.m. March 26 (Thursday)
Symphonic Band
Slavonic Folk Rhapsody – Friedemann; George Washington Bridge – William Schuman; Resurrection - Priddy
Dennis W. Fisher, conductor
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. March 27 (Friday)
Baroque Chamber Music
Paul Leenhouts, coordinator
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

3:30 p.m. March 28 (Saturday)
Faculty Recital
William Joyner, tenor; Elvia Puccinelli, piano
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. March 28 (Saturday)
Faculty Recital
Noel Wallace, trombone
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

5 p.m. March 29 (Sunday)
ViolUNTi: From Bach to Kachaturian
Bushkova Violin Studio
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. March 30 (Monday)
Mariachi Aguilas
Jose Torres, director
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
Free

8 p.m. March 31 (Tuesday)
Guest Artist Recital
Ann Shoemaker, bassoon
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

April

5 p.m. April 1 (Wednesday)
Symphony Orchestra with student conductors
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
Free

8 p.m. April 1 (Wednesday)
April Fools' Concert
James Bradetich, double bass; with others
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 2 (Thursday)
DSO on the GO
Karina Canellakis, conductor
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$29/$9

8 p.m. April 6 (Monday)
Guitarkestra Jazz Guitar Ensemble
Fred Hamilton, director
Kenton Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 7 (Tuesday)
A Cappella Choir
Carol Wilson, soprano; Jeffrey Snider, baritone; Steven Harlos and Seungkyul Kim, piano
Jerry McCoy, conductor
Brahms - Requiem
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. April 7 (Tuesday)
Nova Ensemble
Elizabeth McNutt, director
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 7 (Tuesday)
Third Street Vocal Jazz Ensemble
Cindy Dicken, director
Camille DeVore, assistant director
Kenton Hall, Music Building
Free

7:30 p.m. April 8 (Wednesday)
Concert Band
Jaymee Haefner, harp
Nicholas E. Williams, conductor
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. April 9 (Thursday)
Night of Percussion: Classical Percussion Ensembles
Jacob Garcia, Christopher Deane and Mark Ford, directors
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 9 (Thursday)
U-Tubes Jazz Trombone Ensemble
Julie Gray, director
Kenton Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 11 (Saturday)
African Cultural Festival
Gideon Foli Alorwoyie, director
Voertman Hall, Music Building
$10 (at the door)

8 p.m. April 12 (Sunday)
Avenue C Vocal Jazz Ensemble
Justin Binek, director
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

7:30 p.m. April 13 (Monday)
Brass Band
Brian Bowman, conductor
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

6:30 p.m. April 14 (Tuesday)
Flute Ensemble
Amy Thiemann, director
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 14 (Tuesday)
University Singers and Concert Choir
Richard Sparks and Dwight Jilek, conductors
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

6:30 p.m. April 15 (Wednesday)
UNT String Project
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
Free

8 p.m. April 15 (Wednesday)
Global Rhythms
Mark Ford, coordinator
Voertman Hall, Music Building
$10/$8

7:30 p.m. April 16 (Thursday)
Wind Symphony
Kimberly Cole Luevano, clarinet
Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor
D'Addona - Grand Fanfare; Harlan – Rapture; Navarro - The Fly; Ferrán – Jungla; Daugherty - Brooklyn Bridge
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. April 16 (Thursday)
8 p.m. April 17 (Friday)
The Music of Gene Puerling
One O'Clock Lab Band and Jazz Singers with a guest artist from The Hi-Lo's! and The Singers Unlimited
Jay Saunders and Jennifer Barnes, directors
Both shows (same program) will be in Voertman Hall, Music Building
$15/$12

6:30 p.m. April 18 (Saturday)
Harpbeats
Jaymee Haefner, director
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

6:30 p.m. April 19 (Sunday)
Afro-Cuban/Brazilian/Latin Jazz Ensembles
José Aponte, director
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 20 (Monday)
Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia
Intermedia Performance Art
Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 21 (Tuesday)
Daniel Roth, organ
Main Auditorium, 1401 W. Hickory
$10/$5

8 p.m. April 21 (Tuesday)
Women's and Men's Choruses
Peter Steenblik and Dean Jilek, conductors
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. April 21 (Tuesday)
Center for Chamber Music Studies
Chamber Music Showcase
George Papich, conductor
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 22 (Wednesday)
Concert Orchestra
Concerto Competition winner, piano
Clay Couturiaux, conductor
Overture to Fidelio – Beethoven; Symphony in B-flat major – Chausson
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. April 23 (Thursday)
Guest Artist and Student Recital
Frank Zappa: …and Music is the Best
Arthur Barrow, bass guitar
Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 24 (Friday)
Music from London
Baroque Orchestra and Collegium Singers
Paul Leenhouts and Richard Sparks, conductors
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

8 p.m. April 25 (Saturday)
8 p.m. April 26 (Sunday)
Student Chamber Music Concert Series
Nikola Ružević, coordinator
Recital Hall, Room 301, and Voertman Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 27 (Monday)
Spectrum
Presented by Composers Forum
Recital Hall, Room 301, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 28 (Tuesday)
West End Vocal Jazz Ensemble
Ryan Howe, director
Kenton Hall, Music Building
Free

8 p.m. April 29 (Wednesday)
Symphony Orchestra and Grand Chorus
Five Mystical Songs, Vaughn-Williams; Symphony No. 9 in D minor, "The Choral," Opus 125, Beethoven
Jeffery Snider, baritone; Carol Wilson, soprano; Molly Fillmore, mezzo-soprano; William Joyner, tenor; Stephen Morscheck, bass
David Itkin and Jerry McCoy, conductors
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

7:30 p.m. April 30 (Thursday)
Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band
Black Rainbow – Daughtrey; Washington Post March – Sousa; After the Washington Post – Hearshen
Eugene Migliaro Corporon and Dennis W. Fisher, conductors
Winspear Hall, Murchison Performing Arts Center
$10/$8

Wednesday Night Jazz
Gateway Center * 9 p.m. * $5 (Jan. 28 with the One O'Clock)/$4 (all others) at the door
1/28 - One O'Clock Lab Band
2/4 - Three and Two O'Clock Bands
2/11 - Five and Four O'Clock Bands
2/18 - Seven and Six O'Clock Bands
2/25 - Nine and Eight O'Clock Bands
3/11 - Zebras and Latin Jazz Ensemble
3/25 - U-Tubes, Third Street, Avenue C
4/1 - West End, Jazz Singers and Guitarkestra
4/8 - Four and Two O'Clock Bands
4/15 - Six and Five O'Clock Bands
4/22 - Seven and Three O'Clock Bands
4/29 - Nine and Eight O'Clock Bands

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