UAB Department of Music UAB Wind Symphony/Symphony Band Spring Concert
The UAB Wind Symphony is comprised of the finest wind and percussion students from inside and outside the Department of Music. The ensemble performs in the Alys Stephens Center two times each semester. The literature played by the UAB Wind Symphony reflects a great variety and high level of musicianship.
The UAB Symphony Band was formed in 2006 to accommodate the growth in musicianship of the UAB Bands’ students. This group contains both music majors as well as non-music majors who simply love the act of creating music in the wind band setting. Emphasis is placed on developing outstanding tone quality, solid intonation, technical proficiency, and ensemble musicality.
Sean Murray and Cara Morantz, directors Featuring Gene Fambrough in Zip-Zap for Drum set and Wind Ensemble by Adam Silverman...
Students of Won Cho, Kristine Hurst-Wajszczuk, Emily Jaworski, and Patrick Evans with pianists Chris Steele and Richard Byrd.
The American tribal love-rock musical HAIR celebrates counterculture in all its barefoot, beaded and fringed glory. Exploring ideas of identity, community, global responsibility and peace, HAIR remains relevant...
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