CSF Wind Orchestra Opens 2015 Season March 29

Concert poster. Courtesy/Wind Orchestra of Concordia Santa Fe


The Wind Orchestra of Concordia Santa Fe opens its 2015 season with an array of 20th- and 21st-Century compositions in a program entitled Colors of the Southwest, in conjunction with the new art exhibit of the same title at the New Mexico Museum of Art. 

This program features works that capture the musical life and landscapes of the southwestern United States.  For contrast in the program, guest conductor Dr. Jaclyn Hartenberger from the University of Georgia has included two pieces from other geographical regions.

On the Program

  • Savannah River Holiday – Ron Nelson
  • Mountain Lake Photograph – Zack Stanton
  • El Salon Mexico – Aaron Copland
  • The Cowboys – John Williams
  • “The Alcotts” – Charles Ives
  • Zion – Dan Welcher

Admission is free, donations accepted at the door for this concert at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 29 at St. Francis Auditorium, New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 W. Palace Ave., in Santa Fe.


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