The Queens Symphonic Band Fall / Winter Concert

Start Date: December 03 2017 - 01:00 PM

End Date: December 03 2017 - 03:00 PM

Audience: General Public Event

Category: Performing Arts and Film

Location: QPAC


The Queens Symphonic Band's concert for the Fall / Winter season will feature two famous marches by John Philip Sousa, selections from the musical "Carousel, by Richard Rodgers, "On the Tamiami Trail" by James Curnow, "The Blue and The Grey", Civil War Suite by Clare Grundman, "St. John Passion Chorale" by JS Bach, "Hungarian Dance No. 6" by Johannes Brahms, "Danny Boy", otherwise known as "Londonderry Air", "Habanera" by Chabrier, and the "National Emblem March" by Bagley. The band's talented musicians include Queensborough Community College students, other CUNY undergraduate and graduate students, CUNY alumni, and community musicians. It brings music to the community in styles ranging from musical theater and movie music to Jazz to classical. QSB helps to carry out the mission of the Queensborough Performing Arts Center, expanding access to the arts for everyone and actin as a learning laboratory for the college's students.


Contact Name: Bernard Rose

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