Past Concerts

Wind Ensemble Conductors:

Dr. John Falskow (2014-2015, 2017-Present)
Dr. Gerard Morris (2009-2017)
Dr. Robert Taylor (2008-2009)
Robert Musser (2004-2008)

Symphonic Band Conductors:
Mr. Joseph Boertmann (2014-2015)
Mr. Robert Rink (2010-2014)

Spring 2018 – The Disturbed & the Absurd
The Machine Awakes – Steven Bryant
Allerseelen – Richard Strauss
Serenade, Op. 22c – Derek Bourgeois (Scott Fry, conductor)
Bridgewater Breeze – Adam Gorb
The Cave You Fear – Michael Markowski
Acrostic Song – David Del Tredici (Scott Fry, conductor)
Incantation and Dance – John Barnes Chance

Fall 2017 – America: Tributes & Tragedies
Women of the Podium – Virginia Allen
An American Elegy – Frank Ticheli
Abendlied – Josef Rheinberger, arr. Shelley Hanson (Scott Fry, conductor)
Americans Lost – Christopher Tucker
New Wade ‘n Water – Adolphus Hailstork (Scott Fry, conductor)
Semper Fidelis – John Philip Sousa

Spring 2017 – Leaves of Grass
Joy Revisited – Frank Ticheli
Forever Summer – Michael Markowski (Premiere)
The Green Hill – Bert Appermont (Zane Kistner, euphonium soloist)
Nimrod from “Enigma Variations” – Edward Elgar (trans. Reed)
Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral from “Lohengrin” – Richard Wagner (combined with the South Sound Symphonic Band)

Fall 2016
Sun Dance – Frank Ticheli
Moment: for Concert Band & Pre-Recorded Soundscape – Alex Shapiro
Greek Folk Song Suite, Opus 25 – Franco Cesarini
Jesus bleibet meine Freude – J.S. Bach (arr. Cailliet)
Dance of the Jesters from The Snow Maiden, Opus 12 – Pytor Tchaikovsky (trans. Cramer)

Spring 2016 – Living Composers Project
American Fanfare – John Wasson (Minna Stelzner, Assistant Conductor)
For Those Who Wait – Gregory Youtz
Unraveling – Andrew Boysen, Jr.
Epinicion – John Paulson
An American Elegy – Frank Ticheli

PSYWE_oct2015-2Fall 2015
Pulse – Randall Standridge
In Stillness – Brian Hogg
Sparkle – Shafer Mahoney
Prelude, Siciliano and Rondo – Malcom Arnold
Fervent is My Longing – Johann Sebastian Bach
Fugue in G Minor – trans. Lucien Cailliet
Incantation and Dance – John Barnes Chance
Spring 2015
Symphonic Band
Variation Overture – Clifton Williams
Procession of the Nobles – Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov/Andrew Balent
Sparks – Brian Balmages
Wind Ensemble
Awayday – Adam Gorb
Irish Tune from County Derry – Percy Grainger
Merry Music for Winds – Frigyes Hidas
Point Defiance (commissioned for 10th Anniversary) – Troy Peters
Dusk – Steven Bryant
Puszta – Jan Van der Roost
Amparita Roca – Jaime Texidor


Spring 2014
Symphonic Band
We Meet Again – Samuel Hazo
Irish Song – Carl Strommen
A Percy Grainger Suite – Percy Grainger arr. Frank Erickson
Festive Flourish – David Shaffer
Wind Ensemble
Joy Revisited – Frank Ticheli
Candide Suite Mvt. I, II, IV, V – Leonard Bernstein arr. Clare Grundman
Suter March – Jake Bean
Prelude and Fuge in B-flat Major – J.S. Bach
Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral – Richard Wagner trans. Lucien Cailliet


PSYWE323-5Spring 2013
Symphonic Band
Chorale Prelude: For the Beauty of the Earth – Conrad Kocher arr. Claude T. Smith
Quintology – Richard Meyer
The Red River Valley – Pierre La Plante
Gershwin Classics – arr. Michael Sweeney
Joy – Frank Ticheli
Wind Ensemble
Kirkpatrick Fanfare – Andrew Boysen
Hold This Boy and Listen – Carter Pann
To Set the Darkness Echoing – Dana Wilson
Midsummer Pavanes, Op. 38 – Andrew Arizzoia
Whirr, Whirr, Whirr!!! – Ralph Hultgren


Fall 2012
Symphonic Band
Castlewood March – Ralph and Jack Hale
Kentucky – 1800 – Clare Grundman
The 24th Lancers Afoot – Col. William F. Manchester
Finale from “Lincolnshire Posy” – Percy Grainger ad. Johnnie Vinson
Wind Ensemble
Overture to “Candide” – Leonard Bernstein arr. Clare Grundman
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring from Cantata No. 147 – J.S. Bach arr. Lucien Cailliet
Handel in the Strand – Percy Grainger arr. Franco Goldman
Russian Christmas Music – Alfred Reed


Spring 2011
Symphonic Band
Here Comes Our Band! – David Bobrowitz
A Walk in the Morning Sun – Pierre La Plante
Rivers – Samuel Hazo
Gershwin Classics – arr. Michael Sweeney
Blazing Brass – Robert Geisler
Wind Ensemble
Mother Earth – David Maslanka
After a Gentle Rain – Anthony Iannaccone
An American Elegy – Frank Ticheli
Incantation and Dance – John Barnes Chance


Fall 2010
Symphonic Band
Hymnsong Variants – Robert W. Smith
Our Kingsland Spring – Samuel Hazo
Colors of Fall – Rob Romeyn
Two British Folksongs – Elliot Del Borgo
Wind Ensemble
“Dance of the Spirits of Fire” – Gustav Holst transl. Dale Harpham
Prelude and Fugue in B-Flat Major – J.S. Bach arr. Roland Moehlmann
Gainsborough – Mvt. III – Thomas Gauger
Sun Dance – Frank Ticheli


Spring 2010
American Salute – Morton Gould
Irish Tune from County Derry – Percy Grainger
Unraveling – Andrew Boysen
Symphony #1 In Memoriam Dresden 1945 – Daniel Bukvich
Symphonic Prelute “The Cemetery at Colleville Sur-Mer” – Mark Camphouse
Fourth of July – Morton Gould


Fall 2009
Gandalf from “Symphony No. 1” – Johan de Meij
Canterbury Chorale – Jan Van der Roost
In the Forest of the King – Pierre La Plante
Greensleves – arr. Alfred Reed
First Suite in E-flat for Military Band – Gustav Holst ed. Colin Matthews


Spring 2009
Prelude and Fugue in G Minor – J.S. Bach arr. Moehlmann
Kirkpatrick Fanfare Saxophone Quartet – Andrew Boysen arr. Joseph Bozich
Cajun Folk Songs – Frank Ticheli
Variations on “America” – Charles Ives arr. Rhoads
Americans We – Henry Fillmore ed. Frederick Fennell


Fall 2008
Gavorkna Fanfare – Jack Stamp
Salvation is Created – Pavel Tschesnokoff arr. Houseknecht
Scenes from the Louvre – Norman Dello Joio
Epinicion – John Paulson
A Percy Grainger Set – Percy Grainger
Ye Banks and Braes O’Bonnie Doon
Shepherd’s Hey


Spring 2008
A Festival Prelude – Alfred Reed
Suite Francaise – Darius Milhaud
Linden Lea – Ralph Vaughan Williams arr. Stout
Variations on a Shaker Melody – Aaron Copland
Variations on Ah, Vous Dirai-Je Maman – W.W. Mozart arr. Gary Stout
Coat of Arms – George Kenny
Festival! – Roger Cichy
The Wizard of Oz – Harold Arien, E.Y. Harburg arr. James Barnes


Fall 2007
Flourish for Wind Band – Ralph Vaughan Williams
Variations on a Korean Folk Song – John Barnes Chance
Nimrod – Edward Elgar
American Folk Rhapsody No. 3 – Clare Grundman
Old Wine in New Bottles – Gordon Jacob
Fantasy on “Black is the Color of my True Love’s Hair” – James Curnow
El Camino Reel – Alfred Reed
His Honor – Henry Fillmore


Spring 2007
The Black Horse Troop – John Phillip Sousa ed. Frederick Fennel
Procession of the Nobles – Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakov arr. Erik Leidzen
Chorale – Vaclav Nelhybel
Rhosymedre – Ralph Vaughan Williams arr. Walter Beeler
Liturgical Dances – David Holsinger
Army of the Nile – Kenneth J. Alford ed. Frederick Fennel
American Civil War Fantasy – Jerry Bilik
Barn Dance and Cowboy Hymn – Philip Sparke
Man of La Mancha – Mitch Leigh
Italian Polka – Sergei Rachmaninoff


Fall 2006
The Fairest of the Fair – John Phillip Sousa
Fantasy on American Sailing Songs – Clare Grundman
Amazing Grace – Frank Ticheli
Abram’s Pursuit – David Holsinger
Of Sailors and Whales – Francis McBeth
The Magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber – arr. Warren Barker


Spring 2006
American Overture for Band – Joseph Wilcox Jenkins
If Thou Be Near – Johann Sebastian Bach transcr. R. L. Moehlmann
Chorale and Shaker Dance – John Zdechlik
Symphonic Dance No. 3 “Fiesta” – Clifton Williams
The Billboard March – John N. Klohr ed. Frederick Fennel
The Cowboys – John Williams arr. Jim Curnow
The Symphonic Gershwin – George Gershwin arr. Warren Barker
Carnaval in Sao Paulo – James Barnes


Fall 2005 Program
Festivo – Vaclav Nelhybel
Blessed Are They from “A German Requiem” – Johannes Brahms scored for band by Barbara Buehlman
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night – Elliot Del Borgo
Proud Heritage – William Latham
Poet and Peasant Overture – Franz Von Suppe’ arr. Henry Fillmore
Candide Suite – Leonard Bernstein arr. Clare Grundman
Elite Syncopation – Scott Joplin arr. David J. Long


Spring 2005 Program
A Festive Overture – Alfred Reed
Komm, Susser Todd – Johann Sebastian Bach
Van Gogh Portaits – Aldo Rafael Forte
Variations on a Theme of Robert Schuman – Robert Jager
Greensleves – Alfred Reed
Selections from West Side Story – Leonard Bernstein


Fall 2004 Program
Washington Post March – John Phillip Sousa
English Folk Song Suite – Ralph Vaughan Williams
Shenandoah – Frank Ticheli
Third Suite (March & Rondo) – Robert Jager
Stormworks – Stephen Malillo
Irish Tune from County Derry – Percy Aldridge Grainger
Amparito Roco – Jaime Texidor