Wind Band Halloween Haunt
Spend Halloween with the University Band and the Maryland Community Band as we "trick-or-treat" with haunting classics, spooky favorites, and a Las Vegas-eating Godzilla (you read that right). Come scream with us!
A combined concert from two of the School of Music’s most community-minded ensembles: the University Band and the Community Band. This shared evening of traditional and contemporary wind band music is a perfect concert for the whole family to attend. It’s sure to inspire new and lapsed musicians into incorporating more music-making into their lives.
J. S. Bach – Toccata and Fugue in D minor
John Mackey – Unquiet Spirits
Leonard Bernstein – Divertimento: VIII. In Memoriam; March
W. A. Mozart – Trauermusik, K. 477
Modest Mussorgsky – Baba Yaga and Great Gate of Kiev from Pictures at an Exhibition
Andrew Lloyd Weber – The Phantom of the Opera
Danny Elfman – Music for a Darkened Theater
Eric Whitacre – Godzilla Eats Las Vegas
Conducted by UMD Interim Assistant Director of Bands Dr. Craig Potter and UMD alumnus Bill Sturgis