Thursday, March 7, 2013

Conservatory Wind Symphony review by Sai Srikar Kadiyam

There are few experiences comparable to sitting before a live wind symphony. A wind symphony embodies a more powerful sound than other live music. Last Tuesday, the Conservatory Wind Symphony, directed by Steven D. Davis, made the distinction very clearly when it played both Paul Hindemith’s “Konzertmusik fur Blascorchester, Op. 41,” as well as Percy Grainger’s “Lincolnshire Posy,” both of which demonstrated the expert ability of the musicians.

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