Chapman University Wind Symphony - 4/6/17
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Chapman University Wind Symphony
Christopher J. Nicholas, music director and conductor
Part of the annual Chapman University and Pacific Symphony Interplay Festival.
This year’s theme, "Golden Dreams," celebrates California’s role as a unique cultural crossroads, bringing together our state’s indigenous populations with immigrants from all directions to create a rich and diverse human landscape. "Golden Dreams" will explore those who were here, those who came, and how their interactions changed the world.
The concert program features Los Angeles composer Frank Ticheli's "Wild Nights!," Australian émigré composer Percy Grainger’s monumental "Lincolnshire Posy," Alfred Reed’s "El Camino Real: A Latin Fantasy," the powerful "Lincoln Portrait" by Aaron Copland, and a brand new piece, "California," by David Maslanka.
$15 General Admission; $10 Senior Citizens, Alumni, and non-Chapman Students
This performance is in Musco Center for the Arts
Thursday, April 6, 2017 7:30 PM PT
|Musco Center for the Arts
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