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Furman Symphonic Winds in concert Nov. 15

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Furman Symphonic Winds will present its fall concert Friday, Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. in McAlister Auditorium on the Furman University campus.

The concert is open to the public. Tickets are $5 for adults $3 for seniors and students. The concert is part of Furman’s Cultural Life Program.

Conducted by Furman music professor and director of bands Leslie W. Hicken, the program features a consortium premiere performance by nationally acclaimed composer and Greenville native, Jess Langston Turner with assistance from Furman’s flute professor, Cynthia Hopkins. A detailed program follows:

L’Inglesina                                                      Davide Delle Cese

Second Suite in F                                            Gustav Holst

          David J. Stanley, student conductor                           

Toccata                                                            Fisher Tull

Concertino Caboclo                                        Jess Turner

          Consortium premiere

          Cynthia Hopkins, flute soloist

Caccia and Chorale                                         J. Clifton Williams

Dance of the Jesters                                        Peter I. Tchaikovsky/Cramer

For more information about the concert, contact the Furman Band Office at 864-294-3069.

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