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Symphonic band

February 20, 2013

Enjoy the beautiful acoustics and serene surroundings of Griffin Concert Hall for this first concert in the annual Honor Band Festival.

Thursday, February 21
7:30-9 p.m.
Griffin Concert Hall
University Center for the Arts

In the first concert of CSU’s annual Honor Band Festival, the Symphonic Band will perform an entertaining program that includes the Ferreira’s as clarinet soloists on Scott McAllister’s double concerto, Freebirds.

The program also includes the beautiful overture to Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel, and Eric Whitacre’s unforgettable Godzilla Eats Las Vegas. It will be an evening full of variety and great entertainment.

Outstanding performers

The Symphonic Band, the largest of the band ensembles, numbers 75-90 players with numerous college majors being represented. Symphonic Band performs various concerts on campus each year with a wide variety of literature including marches; show tunes, contemporary works, transcriptions and manuscript literature.

The band utilizes outstanding performers within the music faculty, performers within the ensemble, and guest conductors as a part of the programming.


  • $7/CSU students
  • $1/youth (under 18)
  • $12/adult

Purchase tickets.

Contact: Megan Waugh
Phone: (970) 491-7395