Bach, Liszt & More as San Jose Wind Symphony Plays Pieces Chosen by Its Musicians
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The last date listed for San Jose Wind Symphony: The Musician's World was Sunday February 2, 2014 / 3:00pm.
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The talented woodwind, brass and percussion musicians of the San Jose Wind Symphony recreate the busy sounds of spring for their latest buzz-worthy event. Ralph Vaughan Williams' overture to The Wasps is a highlight of the show as is Henry Fillmore's Circus Bee, but you'll also hear a symphonic take on The Beatles, as well as excerpts from Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Music and artistic director Dr. Edward C. Harris leads this acclaimed concert band, now in its 56th season. Learn More
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Featured review from Debbie Wade
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I had the good fortune of attending this event with a friend who is actually a trained and talented musician. His insights always always add to my appreciation of the music being played.
This concert was a pleasure from beginning to end. What a great way to spend Super Bowl Sunday.