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March 20, 2007 > Ohlone Wind Orchestra presents:

Ohlone Wind Orchestra presents:

Ohlone Wind Orchestra Winter Concert

DATE & TIME:
Sunday, March 25
2:00pm-5:00pm

LOCATION:
Smith Center - Ohlone College
43600 Mission Boulevard
Fremont, CA, 94539-0390
510-659-6031
http://www2.ohlone.edu/org/smith_ctr/box/box.html

COST & REGISTRATION:
$10 for adults, $5 for children.
http://www2.ohlone.edu/org/smith_ctr/box/box.html

MORE INFO:
Website: http://www2.ohlone.edu/instr/music/concerts.html
Phone: 650-327-3214
Contact: John Monroe

DESCRIPTION:
"Scheherezade" to be featured in Ohlone Wind Orchestra's Winter Concert.

The Ohlone Wind Orchestra, California's Premier Wind Orchestra, announces
its Winter Concert on Sunday March 25th, 2007, 2:00 pm at the Gary Soren
Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts in Fremont, CA. The concert
will feature Mark Hindsley's beautiful transcription of Rimsky-Korsakov's
"Scheherezade,"

Plus Jan Van der Roost's spectacular "Dynamica", Peter Mennin's "Canzona,"
Lauridsen's "O Magnum Mysterium," Ian Polster's transcription of the
Symphonic Dance Music from "West Side Story," and "Gingeroso, A Trombone
Fantasy," a rediscovered novelty from nineteenth-century American composer
James Fulton.

The Ohlone Wind Orchestra (OWO), California's Premier Wind Orchestra, is
one of the leading professional-quality wind ensembles in the United
States today. Under the direction of Tony Clements, the band is comprised
of 50 woodwind, brass and percussion players. The band performs an
eclectic blend of musical styles ranging from Bach to Bernstein and Sousa
to Strauss. They combine the tradition of the British brass band with the
musical heritage of the American town band and the pioneering spirit of
the 20th century wind ensemble.

About Ohlone Wind Orchestra:
The Ohlone Wind Orchestra (OWO), California's Premier Wind Orchestra, is
one of the leading professional quality wind ensembles in the United
States today. Under the direction of Tony Clements, the band is comprised
of 50 woodwind, brass and percussion players. The band performs an
eclectic blend of musical styles ranging from Bach to Bernstein and Sousa
to Strauss.



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