ISU Concert Band Concert, Student Conductors

ISU Concert Band Concert, Student Conductors

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Tirey Hall (Tilson Music Hall)




(812) 237-2771


Six student conductors will be featured in this concert, themed “Some Things Old, Some Things New, Some Things Borrowed, Some Things Blue”at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8 in Tirey Hall, Tilson Auditorium. Also performing is Professor Douglas Keiser, director of the Concert Band. Band members include music students playing their primary or secondary instruments, non-music major ISU students who just want to keep playing in a band and community members. Ages of the players range from age 14 up into the 80s, proof that playing music helps keep you both young and young at heart. Chris Halstead: Celebration Fanfare (Reineke/Romeyn) Andrew Koch: Blue Ridge Overture (Erickson) Isaiah Owen: My Jesus! Oh, What Anguish (Mein Jesu! Was für Seelenweh) by J. S. Bach (Reed) Justin Pavot: Renaissance Suite (Susato/Curnow) Part 1: La Mourisque & Alex Villalpando: Blue Mambo (Sweeney) Ben Walden: Renaissance Suite (Susato/Curnow): Part 2: Mille Regretz; Part 3: La Bataille Director of the ISU Concert Band, Douglas Keiser: Nimrod (from “Enigma Variations”) by Elgar/Reed, and Serenity (Ola Gjeilo/Wilson)