Savannah Wind Symphony Spring Concert

Courtesy of Savannah Wind Symphony

The Savannah Wind Symphony will present its Spring Concert on March 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium of Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong Campus.

Program Selections include the Candide Suite by Leonard Bernstein, The Immovable Do and Themes from Greenbushes by Percy Grainger, An American Elegy by Frank Ticheli, March From Symphonic Metamorphosis by Paul Hindemith, O Magnum Mysterium by Moreten Lauridsen, Windsprints by Richard Saucedo, and March, Op 99 by Prokofieff.

The concert will be conducted by David Carbone, one of the three candidates for permanent artistic director and principal conductor of the ensemble.  He is a “Retired” veteran music educator of 30 years, including a 25-year career as a band director at the high school and collegiate levels in Florida, Ohio, Texas, and South Carolina.  He is currently Artistic Director and Conductor of The Lowcountry Community Concert Band, part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The University of South Carolina Beaufort-Bluffton Campus. Additionally, he is a self-published composer/arranger, a program consultant for band programs across the country, as well as a clinician and renowned adjudicator for Bands of America, Music For All, and Drum Corps International. Carbone holds a master’s degree in wind band conducting from The University of South Florida, As Well As A bachelor’s degree in music education from The University of Miami.

Tickets are available now. Visit Eventbrite.Com  or  Savannahwindsymphony.Com. Prices are $20 for general admission, $15 for military, and $10 for individuals under 18. Tickets also may be purchased at the door by check or Credit Card.


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