New Concert Band Reading Session – NEXT WEEK!

The 2012 Wind Band Invitational and Concert Band Reading Session at Mees Hall,  Capital University takes place Next Week – November 16 & 17! This annual event is a fantastic way to get to hear the best new music for concert band performed by real student musicians instead of professionally produced publisher promos. It’s also a perfect opportunity to connect with colleagues and catch a break after marching season. Highlights include:

– Honors Wind Ensemble conducted by Dr. Frank Tracz, Director of Bands – Kansas State University

– Honors Concert Band led by renowned composers, conductors, and educators Barry E. Kopetz and James Swearingen

– Capital University Wind Symphony and Symphonic Winds conducted by Barry E. Kopetz

– Guest band performances by the Franklin Heights High School Symphonic Band conducted by Mark Fox, and the Columbus Junior Winds conducted by Jim Dowdy

Bring Your Instrument to play in the 2 Directors’ Reading Sessions!

As always, Stanton’s Sheet Music will have a display of all of the music being performed available for review and purchase, and members of our expert band staff on-site. Both events are co-sponsored by Capital University and Stanton’s Sheet Music so your participation is FREE! Mark your calendar for either, both, or parts of both days – We look forward to seeing you there!!

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