Pershing's Own Alumni ConcertFormer members of "Pershing's Own" gather to play favorite band charts from the long-storied past of The U.S. Army Band in this very special 100th Anniversary Alumni Concert. Will be livestreamed. See VENUE WEBSITE link for Fort Myer access info.
Fri / Jun 24 / 7:30 pm
Conmy Hall / Fort Myer, VA
Sheridan Avenue, Arlington, Virginia, 22211View Map
About this Venue(May include COVID-19 information)
John Williams – Liberty Fanfare
arr. Jay Bocook
The U.S. Army Herald Trumpets
James Hosay – Architect of Victory
Paul Hindemith – Symphony in B-flat
G.F. Handel – Music from the “Royal Fireworks Music”
arr. Chuck Seipp
IV. The Rejoicing
Chuck Seipp, trumpet; Dennis Edelbrock, trumpet; Jack Tilbury, tuba; Scott Shelsta, trombone; and Kelly Satterwhite, horn
William J. Stannard – The Washington Evening Star March
Larry Grossman – Last Full Measure of Devotion
arr. Michael Brown
Rob Petillo, tenor soloist
Thomas F. Darcy – The U.S. Army March
Samuel R. Loboda – Your Army
arr. Raymond L. Kirby
Randall Thompson – Testament of Freedom
arr. John Corley
Paul A. Murtha – Saxophone Snippets
Rick Parrell, saxophone soloist
Leonard Bernstein – West Side Story Medley
arr. David Cole
Holly Shockey, vocalist
Modest Mussorgsky – Great Gates of Kiev from “Pictures at an Exhibition"
arr. Paul Lavender
John Philip Sousa – The Stars and Stripes Forever
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: TO GET ONTO FORT MYER
ALL NON-DoD ID CARD HOLDERS: We recommend you arrive 60-90 minutes in advance as there will be a line to gain access to Fort Myer to attend the concert. To save you some time going through security at the Hatfield Gate, please visit this website well ahead of time and complete the online application to gain access onto the Fort Myer Installation: CLICK HERE. If the system is down, please download the hard copy application and BRING IT WITH YOU to the search lanes at Hatfield Gate: DOWNLOAD APPLICATION
DoD ID CARD HOLDERS: To avoid the lines at Hatfield Gate, you may enter the installation at Wright Gate (Marshall Drive and North Meade Street) or Gate 1 at South Orme Street and Southgate Road (Henderson Hall). Both are open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. to DoD- and federally-affiliated ID card holders ONLY.
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