2014-15 Repertoire

Hodgson Wind Ensemble

Fall 2014 Season

Thursday, September 18 — 8pm, Hodgson Hall
Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman No. 1 Joan Tower
Symphonietta Willem van Otterloo
Konzertmusik, Op. 41 Paul Hindemith
Danse Funambulesque Jules Strens (Evan Harger, conductor)
Dionysiaques Florent Schmitt/Hauswirth

Thursday, October 9 — 7:30pm, Hodgson Hall
Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman #2 Joan Tower (Tyler Ehrlich, conductor)
Short Ride in a Fast Machine John Adams (Jack Eaddy, conductor)
Selections from “West Side Story” Leonard Bernstein/Paul Lavender
Concerto for Piano Steven Bryant (16’) (Pamela Paul, soloist)
Slava! Bernstein

Friday, October 17 — 3pm, Arts Quad
5th Annual Concert on the Lawn

Russlan and Ludmilla Overture, Glinka (Jack Eaddy, conductor)
Olympic Fanfare, Williams, (Evan Harger, conductor)
Broadway Showstoppers, Barker (Tyler Ehrlich, conductor)
Disney at the Movies, Higgins (Tyler Ehrlich, conductor)
Pineapple Poll, Sullivan (Jack Eaddy, conductor)
America, Dragon/Ward
The Whistler and His Dog, Pryor (Evan Harger, conductor)
Circus Bee March, Fillmore
Folk Festival, Shostakovich/Hunsberger
Trombone King, King
76 Trombones, Willson
Selections from “The Wiz”, Smalls
Stars and Stripes, Sousa

Tuesday, November 11 — 8pm, Hodgson Hall
Fanfare for an Uncommon Woman #5 Joan Tower (Tyler Ehrlich, conductor)
Serenade in E Flat Richard Strauss (9”) (Jack Eaddy, conductor)*
Akrata Iannis Xenakis (10”) (Evan Harger, conductor)
Music for Wind Orchestra (No Strings Attached) Andre Previn (Premiere)
Fandangos Roberto Sierra/Scatterday (10”)


Spring 2015 Season

Wednesday, February 26 — 8pm, Hodgson Hall
Hue and Cry Steven Stucky (Tyler Ehrlich, conductor)
The Unanswered Question Charles Ives
Double Play Cindy McTee
Symphony No. 4 David Maslanka

Friday, April 10 — 8pm, Hodgson Hall
Celebration Fanfare Joan Tower (Jack Eaddy, conductor)
Concerto for Euphonium John Stevens
Platinum Rows Braxton/Thrower
Mare Tranquillitatis Roger Zare (Tyler Ehrlich, conductor)
Toccata and Fugue in D minor Bach/Hunsberger