USF Wind Ensemble

General Event Information

This concert will feature two of the most significant compositions for wind band. Music for Prague, 1968 by Pulitzer prize winning composer Karel Husa, is a graphic aural depiction of the rebellion in Czechoslovakia and the subsequent overwhelming reaction by Soviet Russia. Another great story to be portrayed will be the glory of the West Point Army Academy with the performance of Symphony No. 4 written by Morton Gould. William Walton’s Spitfire Fugue will be played as well as several other important band selections.

Location

USF Concert Hall
4202 E. Fowler Ave, MUS 101
Tampa, FL 33620
United States

Presenting Organization

Name: 
USF School of Music
Phone: 
813-974-2311
E-mail: 
info@arts.usf.edu

Ticketing Information

Name: 
The Arts Box Office
Phone: 
813-974-2323
E-mail: 
info@arts.usf.edu
Additional: 
Advanced purachse tickets are $8 for students and seniors. General admission tickets are $12. Day of show tickets are $10 for student and seniors, $15 for general admission.
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