USF Wind Ensemble
Thu Oct 14 2021 at 07:30 pm to 09:30 pm
USF Concert Hall | Tampa, FL
For the latest updates from the university pertaining to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please visit: https://www.usf.edu/coronavirus/index.aspx. Seating capacity is limited to allow for social distancing.
On Thursday, October 14, the USF Wind Ensemble will present "Let's Dance", their second concert of the academic year. The concert explores several ways composers for wind band have explored human's ability to dance joyfully, formally, or with abandon. Works include Giovanni Santos' brand new "Three Latin Dances", Warren Benson's masterwork "The Solitary Dancer", "Havana" by up-and-coming composer, Kevin Day, and one of the best pieces of the past 50 years, "J'ai ete au bal" by Donald Grantham. In addition, we are thrilled to introduce our new Saxophone Professor, Dr. Katherine Weintraub-Pearce as the soloist on "A Gershwin Fantasy". There's something for everybody on this free concert and we hope to see you there.
Popular in Tampa
- Usf Wind Ensemble which is specially known for Arts & Theatre, Classical.
There is an overall 5 ticket limit for this event. Prices are subject to change.
USF Concert Hall,
4202 E. Fowler Avenue, USF Concert Hall,
Tampa, United States
Where is it happening?USF Concert Hall, Tampa, United States