El Paso Wind Symphony

Tuesday at 8pm

KTEP is proud to present the 2013-2014 season of the El Paso Wind Symphony under the direction of Dr. Ron Hufstader.

The El Paso Wind Symphony is a concert band organized by Dr. Ron Hufstader and a small group of El Paso area band directors in the spring of 1995. The band consists of Greater El Paso residents, most of whom are band directors in area public and private schools. The primary purposes of the group are 1) to present concerts of quality wind literature to the public on a professional level; 2) to provide educational opportunities for middle school, high school, and college instrumental students; and 3) to provide a role model for middle school, high school, and college band programs. The Wind Symphony consists of approximately 45 players. This includes woodwind, brass, and percussion—the normal instrumentation for a concert band or wind ensemble.  

Player's Choice
Sousa: Sound Off
Puccini: La Tregenda from La Villi
Sparke: Dance Movements
McBeth: Chant and Jubilo
Hindemith: March/Marsch from Symphonic Metamorphosis
Hazo: Ride

Off The List
Special guests: Region 22 TMEA All-State Musicians

Bernstein: Candide
Daehn: As Summer was Just Beginning
Holst: First Suite in E-flat for Military Band
Hazo: Fantasy on a Japanese Folk Song
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5 - Finale

Live From The Red Carpet
Copland/arr. C. Grundman:
 A Copland Portrait
Arr. Bocook: Who’s That Masked Man
Arlen/Harburg: The Wizard of Oz
Horner: Hollywood Blockbusters
Williams: Lincoln
Schonberg: Les Miserables

Revenge Of The Mariachis
Special guests: Mariachi Los Arrieros

Legends and Myths
Special Guests are the Sun Ridge Middle School Band, Region 22 Texas All State Players

Hanssen: Valdres
Balmages: Moscow, 1941
Clarke: The Spirit of the Eagle
Alford: Army of the Nile
Giroux: Khan
Lo Presti: Elegy for a Young American
Rimsky-Korsakov: Procession of the Nobles
Arnold: Tam O’Shanter
King: Cyrus the Great

American Landmark

Sousa: Manhattan Beach
Barnes: Trail of Tears
Camphouse: Yosemite Autumn
Gillingham: Internal Combustion
Chance: Blue Lake
Ticheli: An American Elegy
Barnes: Beautiful Oregon

And the Winner Is…

Williams: Star Wars Trilogy
Rodgers: A Symphonic Portrait
Gershwin: Porgy & Bess
Giacchino: Star Trek
Harnick: Symphonic Dances from Fiddler on the Roof
arr. Victor Lopez: Lord of the Rings
arr. Bocook: Who’s That Masked Man

Folk Songs From Around The World

Vaughan Williams: Folk Song Suite
Grainger: Lincolnshire Posy
Haydn Wood: Mannin Veen
Ticheli: Cajun Folk Songs
W. Schuman: Chester