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Waynesburg University Symphonic Band to host concert

Micah Leith Feb 11, 2022

Waynesburg University’s Music Program will host its Mid-Winter Concert in Roberts Chapel Wednesday, Feb. 16, at 5:15 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public.

The band will perform music that was featured at Waynesburg University’s 12th Annual Conducting Symposium, including “Down a Country Lane” by Aaron Copland and “Hail to the Spirit” by John Philip Sousa.

In addition, the band will play three songs composed by Samuel Hazo titled “From Gold,” “Blue and Green Music” and “Enchanted Spaces.” Hazo was the guest speaker at the Conducting Symposium and will help conduct the concert with several other conductors who attended the symposium.

Jeremy Olisar will be featured as the clarinet soloist on “Victor’s Tale from the ‘The Terminal.’”

Twenty-five students are participating in the Symphonic Band this semester.

Those in attendance are asked to wear a mask and follow all protocols in accordance with Waynesburg University’s Keep Waynesburg Well Plan.

For more information, contact Dr. Ronda DePriest, director of the Music Program, at

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