Sunday, April 7, 2013

ULM Horn Choir 2013 with Dr. James Boldin - Performance 4-8-2013 @ 7:30 PM

A Free Concert

Ensemble member photos below

The ULM Horn Choir formed a few years ago by Dr. James Boldin, Professor of Horn at ULM in Monroe, will be performing again this year in the Emy-Lou Biedenharn Recital Hall on campus. The group includes ULM students, local and area high school students and teachers, and other horn players in the area who play professionally. James Boldin conducts and I have the pleasure of playing with these outstanding members whose love of the horn and everything horn is obvious.

The music has been arranged for 4 to 8 Horns and will be played by the largest ensemble complement since its inception, 18-20 performers!

7:30 pm Concert
Monday April-8-2013

Repertoire to be performed will include 

Old West Medley (How the West Was Won, Blazing Saddles) by Alfred Newman, John Morris, and Elmer Bernstein.

Folk Song Suite arr. by G.E. Holmes

"Zwei Blauen Augen" from Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 4

Jean Sibelius' "Finlandia" 

a Lowell Shaw Frippery

"Harambee" by Paul Basler  

Special soloist will be Alex Noppe on Flugel Horn playing a special arrangement of "Nearer My God To Thee" by James Stevens and Jason Rinehart

Trumpeter Alex Noppe

Rehearsing in the ULM Warhawks Band Room

Rehearsing in Beidenharn Recital Hall

Alex Noppe and Kris Boldin

Night of the Horn Choir performance

More photos to follow

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