Notes & Reviews:
Each year, students and faculty of the School of Music, Theatre & Dance present more than 450 concerts, recitals, and staged performances in Ann Arbor. The schedule of concerts held by the School orchestras, bands, and choirs is augmented by numerous solo and small ensemble performances. Various ensembles specialize in early music, electronic music, contemporary classical music, jazz and improvisation, and many eclectic styles of music including Klezmer, mariachi, Japanese music, and Javanese gamelan.
Michael Haithcock assumed his duties as Director of Bands and Professor of Music (Conducting) at the University of Michigan in the fall of 2001 after twenty-three years on the faculty of Baylor University. Following in the footsteps of William D. Revelli and H. Robert Reynolds, Professor Haithcock conducts the internationally renowned University of Michigan Symphony Band, guides the acclaimed band and wind ensemble graduate conducting program, and provides administrative leadership for all aspects of the University of Michigan's diverse and historic band program.
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Rabbi Elkanan Kirchen: Yiddish Baroque Music / Di Tsaytmashin
20th Century Catalan Wind Music - Works by Julio Garreta; Ricard Lamote de Grignon; Jordi Leon; Joan Lluis Moraleda; Manuel Oltra / Banda Municipal de Barcelona, Salvador Brotons
Works for Band by John Williams, Villa Lobos, Alex Shaprio (b. 1962), Samuel Hazo (b. 1966), et al. - 'Everything Beautiful' / DePauw University Band, Craig Pare
Daniel Jones (1912-1993): Symphonies Nos. 1 & 10 / BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, Bryden Thomson