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FREE: Cascade Winds In Concert This Weekend

It's cheap plug time again! The Cascade Winds Symphonic Band, Central Oregon's premier concert band, will present the second concert of their 2010-2011 season under the baton of music director Dan Judd, March 6, 2:00 p.m. at Summit High School auditorium. That's this Sunday for those of you that aren't keeping track! This concert is free of charge, although donations are gratefully accepted.

The pieces we'll be playing this time around (it's going to be a good one):

  • Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Winds and Percussion by P.D.Q. Bach. If you've never seen a P.D.Q. Bach piece performed, you're really missing out as they're hilarious.
  • New England Triptych [Be Glad Then, America; When Jesus Wept; Chester] by William Schuman
  • Continental Overture by Johan de Meij
  • Folk Song Suite by R. Vaughn Williams
  • "The Gum-suckers" March by Percy Aldridge Grainger
  • With Pleasure [Dance Hilarious] by John Philip Sousa
These concerts are free, open to the public and suitable for all ages -- and there are snacks at intermission, which is never a bad thing, right?

For more information visit www.cascadewinds.org or call 541-593-1635.

Posted by Jake on 03/03/11 @ 03:39 PM
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