Performance Archives

8:00 PM Apr 13, 2018
Majestic Theater
Russell McCutcheon, Conductor

Steven Marx, Guest Conductor

Patrick Smith, Horn Soloist

Paul Fadoul, Percussion Ensemble Conductor


Program:

Sunderman Conservatory Percussion Ensemble

Musique de Table (Table Music) - Thierry de Mey

Sacrificial Rite - David Gillingham

Log Cabin Blues - George Hamilton Green

Triplets - George Hamilton Green

Sunderman Conservatory Wind Symphony

Smetana Fanfare - Karel Husa

The Slavonic Dances, Op. 46: A Symphonic Suite - Antonín Dvorák
arr. James Curnow
     No. 1 in C Major: Furiant
     No. 2 in E minor: Dumka
     No. 8 in G minor: Furiant
     No. 4 in F Major: Sousedská
     No. 3 in Ab Major: Polka

Elegy and Dance for Horn and Wind Ensemble - John William Jones
World Premiere Performance
Patrick Smith, Horn Soloist

Vortex - Dana Wilson

Monk by the Sea - Michael Markowski

Spoon River - Percy Grainger
arr. Glenn Cliffe Bainum

Seal Lullaby - Eric Whitacre
Steven Marx, Guest Conductor

"Red Cape Tango" from Metropolis Symphony - Michael Dougherty
arr. Mark Spede



8:00 PM Feb 16, 2018
Majestic Theater
Russell McCutcheon, Conductor

Produced in partnership with WZBT 91.1FM, the non-commercial radio station


Program:

Now and Today
Radioactive - Imagine Dragons
arr. Paul Murtha

Disco Forever
Dance Fever - arr. Michael Brown
     Reunited by Peaches and Herb
     You Should Be Dancing by The Bee Gees
     Boogie Fever by The Sylvers
     That's the Way (I Like It) by KC and the Sunshine Band
     Y.M.C.A. by The Village People

80's Flashback
Livin' on a Prayer - Bon Jovi
arr. Paul Murtha

Classical
Octet in E-flat Major, Op. 103 - Ludwig van Beethoven
     III. Minuet and Trio
Sunderman Chamber Winds

Classic Rock
Led Zeppelin On Tour - arr. Patrick Roszell
     Rock and Roll by Led Zeppelin
     Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin
     Black Dog
by Led Zeppelin
     Kashmir
by Led Zeppelin
     Stairway to Heaven
by Led Zeppelin

70's Superstars
Stevie Wonder in Concert - arr. Paul Murtha
     Sir Duke by Stevie Wonder
     You Are the Sunshine of My Life by Stevie Wonder
     I Wish by Stevie Wonder
     Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours by Stevie Wonder

Jazz Journey
Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes) - arr. Alfred Reed

Now and Today
Shape of You - Ed Sheeran
arr. Matt Conway

60's Revolution
Can't Buy Me Love: The Beatles Medley - arr. Paul Murtha
     Here Comes the Sun by The Beatles
     In My Life by The Beatles
     Can't Buy Me Love by The Beatles

90's Garage Grunge
Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
arr. Tom Wallace and Tony McCutchen



8:00 PM Nov 17, 2017
Majestic Theater
Russell McCutcheon, Conductor

Taylor Brorby, Narrator


Program:

Vox Populi - Richard Danielpour

A Lincoln Address, Op. 124a - Vincent Persichetti
Taylor Brorby, Narrator

Symphony No. 1 - Timothy Mahr
     I.   E Pluribus Unum
     
II.  "...to give up every favorite pursuit and lay their shoulder to the work of the day."
     III. "I thank my God upon every remembrance of you."
     IV. "Only in the darkness can you see the stars."
Commission Consortium Premiere

Americans We - Henry Fillmore



8:00 PM Sep 30, 2017
Majestic Theater
Vimbayi Kaziboni, Symphony Orchestra Conductor and Russell McCutcheon, Wind Symphony Conductor


Program:

Symphony Orchestra

My Heart's in the Highlands - Arvo Pärt
arr. Vimbayi Kaziboni
Olivia Benson, Elizabeth Buscher, Hannah Koralik, Austin Nikirk, Aubryanna Tayman, Voices

Serenade for flute, harp, and strings, Op. 35 - Howard Hanson
Rose Martus, Flute
Concerto Competition Winner

Overture from William Tell - Gioachino Rossini
     Dawn
     Storm
     Call to the Cows
     March of the Swiss Soldiers

Wind Symphony

On this Bright Morning - David Maslanka
In Memoriam

this is most certainly true - James Stephenson
Commission Consortium Premiere

Music for the Royal Fireworks - G. F. Handel
arr. Mark Hindsley
     I.   Overture
     II.   La Paix
     III.  La Rejouissance
     IV.  Bourrée
     V.   Menuet



3:00 PM Apr 02, 2017
Majestic Theater
Russell McCutcheon, Conductor

John William Jones, Guest Conductor


Program:

A Festival Prelude - Alfred Reed
John William Jones, Guest Conductor

Daydream - Timothy Mahr

Dusk - Steven Bryant

A Child's Garden of Dreams
     I.     There is a desert on the moon where the dreamer sinks so deeply into the ground that she reaches hell.
     II.    A drunken woman falls into the water and comes out renewed and sober.
     III.   A horde of small animals frightens the dreamer. The animals increase to a tremendous size, and one of them devours the little girl.
     IV.   A drop of water is seen as it appears when looked at through a microscope. The girl sees that the drop is full of tree branches. This portrays the origin of the world.
     V.    An ascent into heaven where pagan dances are being celebrated; and a descent into hell where angels are doing good deeds.

Rolling Thunder - Henry Fillmore