Sunday Five Wind Quintet makes its debut performance at the virtual Brown Bag show Wednesday. Courtesy/LAAC
The Sunday Five Wind Quintet will make its debut performance during the Los Alamos Arts Council’s (LAAC) virtual Brown Bag show noon Wednesday.
The performance can be viewed here.
Sunday Five Winds formed during the pandemic with Gabriela Meriweather on flute, Kwami Barnett on clarinet, Pablo Hernandez on oboe, Dan Nebel on horn and Kyle Sneden on bassoon, who is based in Northern Colorado. Nebel was born and raised in Los Alamos and said he is thrilled to share music with his hometown community again.
The concert will feature an arrangement of Leonard Bernstein’s Candide Overture by Sneden, Three Short Pieces by Jacques Ibert, Three Shanties by Malcolm Arnold, and an arrangement of Astor Piazzolla’s Libertango by the Imani Winds hornist Jeff Scott.
The concert also will feature works for solo horn including Interstellar Call by Olivier Messiaen and The Water Garden by Brian S. Wilson.