Fayetteville Symphonic Band & MU Concert Band present "Holiday Concert"

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Location: 

Huff Concert Hall
Reeves Fine Arts Building

Contact: 

Dr. Daniel McCloud
(910) 630-7673
dmccloud@methodist.edu

Description: 

"Holiday Concert" Program

  • Fantasia for Christmas - Elliot del Borgo
  • Whisper to Their Souls - Samuel Hazo
  • All Through the Night - Sammy Nestico
  • Joy to the World - arr. James D. Ployhar
  • C'est Noel - Andre Jutras
  • Bist du bi mir - arr. Jacob de Haan
  • Old Scottish Melody - arr. Charles Wiley
  • Sleigh Ride - Leroy Anderson
  • A Christmas Festival - Leroy Anderson

The Fayetteville Symphonic Band is our city's only wind band performance group topen to community members of all ages. The musicians range from high school students, to career musicians, and everything in between. If you play a wind band instrument, including cello, double bass, and piano, and passionately enjoy making music, we hope that you will consider joining us; we rehearse on Monday evenings at 7:00 p.m. Feel free to contact Dr. Daniel McCloud for more information, or simply show up! "Come Play with Us!"

Fayetteville Symphonic Band & MU Concert Band present "Holiday Concert"
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