2017 8:00 pm
Carnegie Mellon University Wind Ensemble
Kresge Theatre, College of Fine Arts
5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
George Vosburgh Vosburgh & Thomas Thompson, Co-Directors
Stephen Story, Associate Director
Jennifer Jo, flute
Kevin Hannequin, trombone
Matthew Hannequin, trumpet
The Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble opens its season with a thrilling program featuring three students. Jennifer Jo, flute, on Philip Sparke’s A Lindisfarne Rhapsody opening with a reflective flute solo and ending with the Wind Ensemble having the final say. Brothers, Kevin and Matthew Hannequin, on trombone and trumpet respectively, perform Herbert L. Clarke’s warm and lyrical Cousins.
Reynaldo Hahn: Le bal de Beatrice d’Este
Percy Grainger: Colonial Song
Philip Sparke: A Lindisfarne Rhapsody
Herbert L. Clarke: Cousins
Claude Arrieu: Dixtour
Ernst Toch: Spiel fur Blaserochester
Cost: Free and open to the public, but a ticket is required. Please register using the below button.
About the Ensemble
The Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble utilizes a flexible instrumentation of winds, brass, and percussion to perform repertoire from standard concert band works to contemporary compositions of various instrumental combinations.