The Maestro's Muse

The Maestro's Muse

The U.S. Army Concert Band

Each Army Band officer will conduct his/her favorite piece for concert band to include standards such as the Elegy for a Young American, orchestral transcriptions, and recently composed selections by Omar Thomas and Jay Kennedy.

Fri / Feb 17 / 7:30 pm

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Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center | NVCC, Alexandria, VA

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Let Freedom Ring
Ryan Nowlin

National Anthem
Francis Scott Key
arr. Bramwell Smith, Raymond Kirby
COL Bruce Pulver, conducting

Sunrise at Angel’s Gate
Philip Sparke

Early Light
Carolyn Bremer
LTC Randall Bartel, conducting

Elegy for a Young American
Ronald Lo Presti
CW3 Ben McMillan, conducting

Jay Kennedy
CPT Richard Viglucci, conducting

Lux Aeterna
Evan Williams
1LT Bonnie Alger, conducting

Come Sunday
Omar Thomas
MAJ Aaron Morris, conducting

Armed Forces Salute

Bacchanale from Samson and Delilah
Camille Saint-Saens
arr. Philip Egner

The Stars and Stripes Forever

John Philip Sousa

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