Big City Lights: UMD Wind Ensemble

Big City Lights: UMD Wind Ensemble

Friday, October 21, 2022 . 8PM
Photo by David Andrews.
Principal People: 

Andrea Brown, music director

Special Announcement: 

The livestream of this event will only be available to view during the performance. The video will not be available for viewing after the concert.

Event Attributes

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Estimated Length: 
2 hours
Program Notes: 

Join us in person at The Clarice or watch the livestream from the comfort of your home.

The UMD Wind Ensemble (UMWE) performs its season opening concert featuring music inspired by life in large, bustling cities. Leonard Bernstein's Symphonic Dances from "West Side Story" transcribed for winds by Paul Lavender will be the highlight of the concert. Some of the other works featured will include Scott Boerma's Cityscape composed for a performance in Carnegie Hall, and a piece inspired by the hip-hop sub-genre "trap music" of Atlanta, Georgia—the hometown of composer Marie A. Douglas.

About the UMD Wind Ensemble (UMWE)
Under the direction of Andrea Brown, UMWE performs works from the most respected repertoire written for wind band and chamber ensembles with a focus on highlighting composers from underrepresented populations.

Health + Safety for In-Person Attendance

Patrons attending University of Maryland arts events are no longer required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. We continue to encourage audiences to wear a mask and stay current with vaccinations and boosters. Please see our Health & Safety information page for information about what to expect during your visit.