Spring Concert to be performed at Potomac State April 23
Potomac State College of West Virginia University is pleased to announce that the Potomac State College-Community Concert Band will present its annual Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 23rd at 7:30 p.m. in the Church-McKee Arts Center Auditorium. The concert is free and the public is invited to attend.
The band, which is under the direction of D. Lynn Zeller, consists of 51 wind and percussion players.
A sampling of the concert program will consist of: "Parade of the Tall Ships" by Jay A. Chattaway; Robert Sheldon’s "Savannah River Rhapsody;” followed by Williams Himes arrangement of “Amazing Grace.”
The music turns to an oceanic theme with "SeaGate Overture" by James Swearingen and “Sea Songs” by R. Vaughn Williams. After the performance of "American Overture" by Joseph Willcox Jenkins and “Solas Ane (Gaelic: Yesterday’s Joy)” by Samuel R. Hazo, the concert will conclude with Vince Gassi’s “Invocation and Psalm” and a “Marvin Hamlisch Showcase” arranged by Warren Barker.
The Potomac State College-Community Concert Band is an instrumental ensemble that offers both college students and community members with an outlet for performing music. Membership is open to Potomac State College students, as well as any interested members of our communities. For further information regarding the band, please contact D. Lynn Zeller at firstname.lastname@example.org.