Enjoy an evening of music when the San Juan College Symphonic Band performs on Friday, April 28, at 7 p.m., in the Henderson Fine Arts Performance Hall.
The San Juan College Symphonic Band, conducted by Dr. Teun B. Fetz, will play a variety of up-tempo, exciting music, with a mix of lovely lyrical songs. San Juan College adjunct instructor for brass lessons, Mr. Cody Jackson will be a featured trombone soloist.
The Symphonic Band will perform Amber Waves of Grain by James Curnow; Eric Clapton on Stage by Paul Murtha; Fanfare and Evocation by John Moss; Fantasy for Trombone by James Curnow featuring Cody Jackson, trombone soloist; Garland Entrée March by Karl King; The Pennywhistle Song by Leroy Anderson featuring the flute section; Rephrygeration by Todd Stalter; Southern Hymn by Samuel Hazo and This Cruel Moon by John Mackey.
Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for seniors. Children under 12 and students are free. Tickets are available online, at the San Juan College Bookstore, as well as in person at the door the evening of the performance. Online ticket sales will be available until midnight on April 27, by visiting sanjuancollege.edu/events and clicking on Events. Then click on the San Juan College Symphonic Band Concert tile. Tickets can also be purchased at the San Juan College Bookstore Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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