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Indiana Wind Symphony Concert, Feb. 21, 2016


Press Release
Indiana Wind Symphony

The Land of the Rising Sun, its beauty, culture, and people have served to inspire a number of composers. The Indiana Wind Symphony brings some of these aural impressions of Japan to life on the stage of the Carmel Palladium with works by Holst, Gilbert and Sullivan, and others, on Feb. 21, 2016, at 2:00 pm.

Additionally, 2016 begins the Wind Symphony’s celebration of the bicentennial of Indiana’s statehood.  The IWS will perform an Indiana-related work on each concert in 2016.

Hale A. Vandercook wrote the march Indiana Folks while he was the Bandmaster of La Pearl’s Circus in the 1890s. La Pearl’s winter quarters were in Crawfordsville, IN. He gained the most fame as a music educator, and the Vandercook College of Music in Chicago was his most important contribution in that field.

The Program

Charles Conrad, conductor

HOLST: Japanese Suite
WOLFRAM: Spectral Shift

Patty Hoover, B♭ clarinet;

Cindy Moss, E♭ clarinet;

Jay Parks, bass clarinet

SOUSA: Mikado March
GILBERT and SULLIVAN; arr. IRISH: Selections from The Mikado




TARUYA:  The Archangel Raphael

VANDERCOOK:  Indiana Folks

GIROUX: Symphony #4-Bookmarks from Japan


Tickets:   Tickets cost $5 – $35 and are available at the Palladium Box Office, online at thecenterpresents.org, or by phone at 317-843-3800.  Discounted tickets are available for groups of 12 or more.

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