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University Band and Clarinet Choir

Joe Clark, conductor
Patricia Vanegas, conductor
Dalton Swallows, graduate assistant conductor
Moria Tunison, graduate assistant conductor

The University of Illinois Band Program is among the most prominent, historic, and largest collegiate band programs in the world. It enjoys a reputation for superb musical performance and innovation, while honoring its rich traditions. University of Illinois Bands offer students varied musical experiences through its multiple concert bands, the 375-member Marching Illini, basketball bands, volleyball band, and summer band. Over 650 students participate in these ensembles each semester, and most concerts are held in the beautiful Foellinger Great Hall, located in Krannert Center for the Performing Arts—a state of the art facility that brings world artists to campus year round.

 

At the forefront of band music education for over a century, the University of Illinois produced the first college band program, setting standards for concert performance and marching band drill design, and producing prominent performers and music educators throughout the world. The concert program, led by the Illinois Wind Symphony, has maintained many years of musical excellence through its multiple recording projects, tours, premieres, and collaborations with world artists.

Clarinet Choir

Yagisawa, trans. Clark: March-Bou-Shu
Jacob: Wind in the Reeds
Dvorak, arr. Howland: Serenade for Winds in D minor, Op. 44, Mvt. I
Reed, arr. Clark: The Hounds of Spring
Whitacre, arr. Clark: Lux Aurumque
Heim: Symphonic Sketches
Press, arr. Clark: Wedding Dance

University Band

Shapiro: Lights Out
Greene: Moonscape Awakening
Barnett: Cyprian Suite

Hanson: Suite (Albanian Dance, Elegy for Albinoni, Patapan)
Berk: Fanfare Jubilee
Nishimura: Star Ship

Event Details

Foellinger Great Hall
We Nov 14, 2018 - 7:30pm
10 / SC 7 / STU, UI & YTH 4