Mark your calendars again for the other two University of Oklahoma symphonic wind groups in concert on Thursday, February 24. The Symphony Band, under the direction of Brian Britt and guest conductor Christopher Evans, will perform selections including Shostakovich’s Galop and Who Puts His Trust in God Most Just, a stunning Bach vocal-instrumental chorale arranged by Dr. James Croft.
The Concert Band, directed by Michael Boone with guest conductor John Pasquale, will perform a rare Sousa march and other contemporary band literature. Both groups perform on the same concert at 8:00 PM, February 24, in Catlett Music Center’s main venue, Paul F. Sharp Concert Hall. Admission is free, so come support current OU student musicians as they perform! Click on either poster to get your own printable PDF version, too.
SAVE THE DATE of October 22nd, 2005 for our Homecoming Reunion 2005.
OU vs. Baylor
The kickoff will not likely be set permanently, as we well know from many years experience, until the Monday before the game, but it’s great that we at least know what date was selected so early this year.
Mark your calendars right now! Look forward to seeing you all join us this year!
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, 16 February 2005, when the OU Wind Symphony performs in concert. The program includes Giannini’s Symphony No. 3 (some alumni may remember playing at least the 4th movement of that one), as well as OU tuba instructor Brian K. Dobbins performing Ralph Vaughan Williams’s Concerto for Bass Tuba with the ensemble, and John Pasquale conducting Wagner’s Trauermusik.
Click on the picture to download your own PDF poster for this 100th anniversary season Sutton Series concert. The performance is in Sharp Hall, Catlett Music Center, at 8 PM. Admission to all Sutton Series concerts is $8 for adults, and $5 for students, faculty, staff, and senior citizens. (Check out the OU School of Music calendar for more performances.)