Indiana Wind Symphony

Moonlight Fantasy

The Palladium // Sunday, May 23, 6:30pm

The moon and stars glow over a purple-tinged landscape. Text reads: "The Indiana Wind Symphony presents 'Moonlight Fantasy.' Sunday, May 23, 6:30 p.m. The Palladium"'

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The Indiana Wind Symphony closes out its 2020-2021 season with an eclectic musical mix and the presentation of the James B. Calvert Outstanding Music Educator Award.

 

The ensemble welcomes two guest conductors: Lissa Fleming May, this year’s award recipient, and Jay Gephart, Director of Bands at Purdue University. Music by two female composers will take center stage, and audiences will enjoy selections that range from John Philip Sousa to the Beatles. There’s even a musical nod to the architect whose work inspired the Palladium, which is particularly special as this year marks the 10th anniversary for the Indiana Wind Symphony to perform at the venue. James Barnes’ Fantasy Variations on a Theme of Paganini marks the end of the show and the 2020-2021 season. This is sure to be a fantastical finale for an unprecedented year in the arts, and the Indiana Wind Symphony looks forward to welcoming you to their last concert of the season.

 

Moonlight Fantasy

 

Ascent to the Summit*                                   Tara Islas

 

King Cotton                                                    John Philip Sousa

 

Penny Lane                                                    Lennon & McCartney

Brian Hoover, piccolo trumpet

 

Huntingtower Ballad*                                      Ottorino Respighi

 

Presentation of the 2020 Calvert Award to Lissa Fleming May

 

The Sinfonians*                                               Clifton Williams

Lissa Fleming May, guest conductor

 

Neel’s Fashion Plate                                        W. P. English

 

Intermission

 

Palladio                                                            Karl Jenkins

 

March from A Little Suite*                                Malcolm Arnold

Honoring the centennial of the composer

 

Waltz for Horns*                                               Hiroki Takahashi

 

Wolves in Moonlight*                                       Julie Giroux

Jay Gephart, guest conductor

 

Fantasy Variations on a Theme of Paganini    James Barnes

 

*First-time performance for the Indiana Wind Symphony

 




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