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The Indiana Wind Symphony kicks off its 2020-2021 season with a concert featuring IWS Principal Flute Carl Butler as the soloist in Lowell Lieberman’s magnificent Flute Concerto, written for Sir James Galway in 1992. Rossini’s Barber of Seville Overture will open the concert, inviting audience members into familiar melodies heard on television and film, including Bugs Bunny. Additionally, there will be a premiere performance of a new march by Texas composer Kelly Bennette, entitled appropriately for the time, The Quarantiner.
As the pandemic continues, ticket buyers agree to follow all safety protocols in the Center's venues, including face coverings and physical distancing. Buyers also accept responsibility for any risk associated with the visit.