Indiana Wind Symphony
The Winds of Spring
The Studio Theater // Saturday, Mar 5, 7:30pm ET
Sat Mar 5 - 7:30pm ET
The IWS Chamber Ensembles show off their versatility in this performance that includes music from the Baroque (Benedetto Marcello) to the Classical (Mozart’s rival Antonio Salieri), the Romantic (Richard Wagner) to the Twentieth Century (Pulitzer Prize winning, 98-year-old Hoosier composer Ned Rorem). The group will also play two “new” works — James David’s Zephyrus and a newly discovered manuscript from the great Hoosier march writer Fred Jewell (1875-1936).
Concerto for 23 Winds Hartley
^*Music for a Temple of the Night Salieri
^Psalm #18 Marcello
*Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral Wagner
*Sinfonia for 15 Wind Instruments Rorem
^*Sinfonietta in D minor Novacek
*New march Jewell
*Marks a premier performance for the IWS
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