University Wind Ensemble Fall Concert

Dr. Nicholas Papador conducts the University Wind Ensemble on the Capitol Theatre's stageDr. Nicholas Papador conducts the University Wind Ensemble on the Capitol Theatre's stage
Friday, November 24, 2017 - 19:30
Friday, November 24, 7:30 pm

University Wind Ensemble Concert

Capitol Theatre, 121 University Avenue West
Tickets: Adults/Seniors $15; Students (with ID) $5
At the door: The ticket table will be open at the venue one hour prior to the start of tonight's concert for cash purchases.


The University Wind Ensemble’s fall concert features music based upon musical landscapes as well as themes of change, loss, and memory.  2017 has been a year change with respect to natural disasters, the political climate, and the passing on of formative artists that shaped our culture and worldview.
In summer 2017, the wind ensemble medium lost one of its finest and most spiritually dramatic composers, David Maslanka.  The University Wind Ensemble will present a number of his works this season.  This concert includes Give Us This Day (Short Symphony for Wind Ensemble) and Dr. Papador will perform the marimba chorale from My Lady White.  The program also features environmental musical landscapes by Pulitzer Prize winning composer John Luther Adams as well as works by David Lang, Robert Buckley, and Frank Ticheli.

University Wind Ensemble

Dr. Nicholas Papador, director

Bonnie Trealout, assistant conductor

songbirdsongs (2011)          John Luther Adams (b. 1953)
            2. morningfieldsong
            3. meadowdance
            8. joyful noise
(performed prior to the concert while the audience is being seated)
Solitary and Time-Breaking Waves (1997)       John Luther Adams (b. 1953)
from Strange and Sacred Noise                                                
Madrigal – My Lady White (1980)                     David Maslanka (1943-2017)
Dr. Nicholas Papador, marimba
Canzona per sonare No.2 (1608)                     Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612)
Wed (2013)                                                       David Lang (b.1957)
from Memory Pieces           
Simulacrum (2010)                                           Jordon Nobles (b. 1969)
Il Re Pastore (1775)                                         W.A. Mozart (1756 – 1791)
                                                                          arr. Hovey 
Bonnie Trealout, conductor
Free Running            (2012)                             Robert Buckley (b. 1946)
Land of the Midnight Sun (2013)                     Robert Buckley (b. 1946)
Amazing Grace (1994)                               Frank Ticheli (b. 1958)
Give Us This Day (2006)                           David Maslanka (1943-2017)
Short Symphony For Wind Ensemble                                   
Suite from Star Wars                                 John Williams (b. 1932)
            I. Imerperial March                         arr. Hunsberger
            VI. Main Theme                                              

University Wind Ensemble Personnel

Holly Charron
Maeve Dufour
Autumn Martin
Rylee Maxwell-Betz
Alexandra Meloche
Aryan Memarzadeh-Zahedani
Anne Storey*
Audrey Schumacher
Colin Cooper
Scott Cowan
Rachel Montch-Marentette
Bonnie Trealout*
Bass Clarinet
Emilian Cailean
Matthew Vojvodin
Alto Saxophone
Caterina Augimeri (1)
Alana Wevers (1 and/or Tenor)
Elexus Robertson (2 and/or 1)
Chris Cushman (2)
Nicholas St. Onge (2)
Tenor Saxophone
Courtney Menard*
Baritone Saxophone
Cheyenne McLaughlin
Karly Krakana
Cody Abbruzzese
Matthew Lepain*
Savanna Muscat
Niklas Pizzolitto
Dr. Bernadette Berthelotte
Dee Shaw
Nathan Duczman
Carter Gaus
Adam Klein
Michael Stone
Andrew Shaw
Henry Breitkopf *
Jonah Hall
String Bass
Eric Dziver
Alex Aideira-Leite
Andrew Busch
Aaron Eichler
Justin Skalaa*
Vlad Tusinean

* indicates section leader

Tickets: Adults/Seniors $15; Students (with ID) $5
At the door: The ticket table will be open at the venue up to one hour prior to the start of concerts for cash purchases.
For information about SoCA concerts, please call (519) 253-3000 ext. 4213.
Dr. Nicholas Papador