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FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA, Music and Artists from the Atlantic to the Pacific

Location: New York, USA
Choir type: School Choirs
 Distinguished Concerts International New York Presents:
Sunday, March 21, 2010

2:00 pm

AVERY FISHER HALL, LINCOLN CENTER


Albert McNeil, Guest Conductor

A Medley of African-American Choral Music: Traditional and Contemporary
With Distinguished Concerts Singers International 


James Kinchen, Guest Conductor

Burleigh: Nguzo Saba Suite 
With Distinguished Concerts Singers International 

Richard Kusk, Director 
Gustav Holst: Second Suite in F for Military Band 
Leroy Anderson: Bugler's Holiday 
Julie Giroux: Khan

Pikes Peak Wind Symphony

Alan Combs, Director 
Robert Sheldon: Art in the Park 
Frank Ticheli: Vesuvius 
Saint-Saens/arr. Frackenpohl: Pas Redouble 
Julie Giroux: Culloden 

Coronado High School Wind Ensemble

Lee Stone, Director 
Handel: Overture to the Messiah 
Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto Grosso in A minor, op. 3, no. 8 
Richard Meyer: Incantation
David Bebe: TBD (new work)

Westminster Christian School Orchestra

“As far as we know, it is the only significant work written with the theme of Kwanzaa. Each movement of Burleigh’s work captures the essence of one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa – Unity; Self Determination; Collective Work and Responsibility; Cooperative Economics; Purpose; Creativity and Faith. The text in each movement is equally important as the music.” James Kinchen on Glenn Burleigh’s “Nguzo Saba Suite”

Tickets: $20 - $100

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