Free SC Brass Ensembles and Symphony Band Concert Featuring High School Music Students and Community Musicians – Sheridan Media



Sheridan College Arts have announced that they will be performing a Sheridan College Brass Ensembles and Symphony Band concert on Sunday, November 7 at 4 p.m. at Kinnison Hall at the Whitney Center for the Arts. The event is free and open to the public.

According to the college, the SC Trombone Choir will launch the program with “Ricercare” by Andrea Gabrieli and arranged by Jay Friedman as well as “That’s a Plenty” by Lew Pollock and arranged by Jeff White. Next, the SC Concert Brass Ensemble will perform “Cantate Domino” by Giuseppe Ottavio Pitoni and arranged by Matt Kingston as well as “Another Cat: Kraken” by Chris Hazell. Finally, the SC Symphony Band will perform a variety of music from Alfred Reed, Gustav Holst, Clifton Williams and more.

The SC Symphony Band and Brass Ensembles are made up of music students from Sheridan College, music students from Sheridan High School, music students from Tongue River High School, and community musicians. Sheridan College musicians include Nolan Billings, Emma Doyle, Rayne Goins, Isaac Grimes, Skylier Ingram, Mason Means, and more. High school musicians include Ryan Bosley, Dillon Lemon, Justin Longhurst, Keaton Phipps, Kyle Rockwell and Aiden Weem of Sheridan High School and Tongue River High School student Zia Robbins. The Musical Director is Dr Eric Richards, Director of Orchestras and Jazz Studies at Sheridan College.

For a full calendar of upcoming events, visit www.sheridan.edu/arts.

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