USF Wind Ensemble Live Stream
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This is proving to be an extraordinary semester for the USF Wind Ensemble. Our rehearsals last for only 30 minutes (as opposed to our normal 105 minutes), we meet in sectionals, are seated in socially distanced intervals, and everybody is wearing face masks and instrument bell covers. Despite these obstacles we are thrilled to have the opportunity to perform for you. Our first concert of the semester features a piece written for the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Deward Gregson’s “Celebration”, a work commissioned for a floating band shell, Joaquin Rodrigo’s “Adagio” and the first movement of one of the earliest works by an African-American composer to gain a place in the orchestral canon, William Grant Still’s “Afro-American Symphony”.
We are honored that you have chosen to join us from the comforts of you home (or work, or school, or car as somebody else drives) and we hope you enjoy this performance.