Concerts & Repertoire

2016-17 Performance Calendar

Sunday, October 2, 3pm, Bailey Hall

Fanfare from “Soundings” Cindy McTee
Jug Blues and Fat Pickin’ Don Freund
Holy Roller Libby Larson – James Spinazzola, saxophone; Joseph W. Hermann, guest conductor
Danzon No. 2 Arturo Marquez, trans. Oliver Nickel 
El Salon Mexico Aaron Copland, trans. Mark Hindsley
Head Rush Jay Bocook

Friday, Nov. 18, 8pm, Bailey Hall
Justin Chervony, tuba

Are You Experienced? David Lang – Justin Chervony, tuba; Stephen Spinelli, narrator
Downey Overture Oscar Navarro
Toccata Marziale Ralph Vaughan Williams
Hymn for the Innocent Julie Giroux
Baron Samedi’s Sarabande (and Soft Shoe) Donald Grantham
Baron Cimetière’s Mambo Grantham
Folk Dances Dmitri Shostakovich, ed. H. Robert Reynolds

Thursday, January 12, Kiosk Occide Jeanty, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
2010 Earthquake Commemoration

With musicians from L’Ecole de Musique Sainte Trinité, The Rev. David Cesar, conductor; and members of the Yale University Concert Band, Thomas Duffy, conductor

Saturday, January 14, Palais Sans-Souci, Milot, Haiti
UNESCO World Heritage Site

With musicians from L’Ecole de Musique Sainte Trinité, The Rev. David Cesar, conductor; and members of the Yale University Concert Band, Thomas Duffy, conductor

Tuesday, January 17, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

With the Carol Morgan School high school band, Cody Gifford, conductor

Sunday, March 19, 3pm, Bailey Hall
David Maslanka, guest composer
With the Ithaca High School Wind Ensemble

Cathedrals Kathryn Salfelder
Husa David Maslanka *premiere*
Symphony No. 8 Maslanka

Sunday, May 7, 3pm, Bailey Hall

An Outdoor Overture Aaron Copland
Fanfare for Karel Dana Wilson *premiere*
Concertino for Piano and Wind Ensemble, Second Movement Karel Husa – Andrew Zhou, piano
Berceuse Infinie Christopher Rouse, trans. James Spinazzola *premiere*
Music for Prague 1968 Karel Husa


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CU Winds unites student musicians in an ensemble dedicated to the study and performance of emerging and traditional wind repertoire. We explore music making as a vehicle for cross-cultural exchange and collaboration, and in doing so support Cornell's core values of public engagement and global awareness.