Wearing of the Green: San Jose Wind Symphony Celebrates St. Pat's
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Pop legend Dionne Warwick, winner of five Grammy Awards, finds her way to the San Jose Center for the Performance Arts as part of the Sister Cities International Annual Conference. Warwick's iconic career started in 1968 with her first Grammy win for "Do You Know Your Way to San Jose" and went on to include 75 hit songs and more than 100 million records sold worldwide. And her career is still going strong: Earlier this month Warwick released a star-studded duets album titled Feels So Good, featuring collaborations with some of today's greatest artists, including Jamie Foxx, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ne-Yo, Gladys Knight, Cee Lo Green and Cyndi Lauper. Hear her sing some of her most memorable tunes, including "Walk on By," "Alfie," "I Say a Little Prayer," "I'll Never Love This Way Again," and many more. Learn More
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Although the event was much shorter than we had expected, we enjoyed the variety of the songs/composition. We liked the bugpipe music, especially since we didn't expect it. We also liked the fact that the conductor shared background story of each...continued
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Christopher Bengochea, tenor
Leroy Anderson: “The Minstrel Boy”
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Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Pipes and Drums
Leroy Anderson: “The Wearing of the Green”
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About the Ticket Supplier: San Jose Wind Symphony
San Jose Wind Symphony (SJWS) was founded in 1958 at San Jose City College by conductor emeritus Darrell Johnston. The group has become one of the finest community bands in the country, drawing players from a diverse assortment of backgrounds and professions.