The Southwest Washington Wind Symphony opens its 13th season with the "Legends of American Band" concert which showcases American master composers of concert band music.

The performance will be at the Union High School Performing Arts Center starting at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22.

The program includes "Requiem," by David Maslanka and guest-conducted by Gregg Hanson, Emeritus Director of Bands at the University of Arizona.

Other selections include "The Hounds of Spring," by Alfred Reed; and the official march of the United States, "The Stars and Stripes Forever," by John Philip Sousa. 

The S.W. Washington Wind Symphony is a 55 musician, professional quality concert band.

All S.W. Washington Wind Symphony concerts are FREE and open to the public.

The Union High School Performing Arts Center is located at 6201 N.W .Friberg-Strunk St., Camas, Washington.

For additional information: 360-991-7227, wind.symphony@comcast.net, swwindsymphony.org

 

Schedules

  • Occurs Sunday, October 22nd, 2017 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Venue

Union High School

6201 N.W. Friberg Strunk St.
Camas, WA 98607

Contact

Rebecca Weidenaar

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