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“Music With Friends”
Thursday, April 22, 2021 7:30pm
Tyler Ehrlich, Conductor

Chamber Winds

Atop the Hillside, Joshua MacLean ’21 –– Student commission and premiere
Six Romances After Mendelssohn, Stephen Michael Gryc
Tico-Tico, Zequinha de Abreau

Brass Choir

Fanfare pour précéder La Péri, Paul Dukas
The Earle of Oxford’s Marche, William Byrd
Hungarian Dance No. 5, Johannes Brahms


“Serenades and Fanfares”
Sunday, February 28, 2021 4:00pm
Tyler Ehrlich, Conductor

Chamber Winds

Serenade for Wind Instruments, op. 40, Arthur Bird

Brass Choir

Fanfarria Castellana, Eric Ewazen


“Tis of Thee”
Friday, April 17, 2020 8:00pm
Tyler Ehrlich, Conductor

Cancelled due to COVID-19

Carpe Diem, Sam Edwards ’20 –– Student commission and premiere
Esprit de Corps, Roger Zare
Resonances I, Ron Nelson
California, David Maslanka
Blue Shades, Frank Ticheli
A Mother of a Revolution!, Omar Thomas


“Child’s Play”
Friday, February 21, 2020 8:00pm
Tyler Ehrlich, Conductor

Consort for Ten Winds, Robert Spittal
Children’s March, Percy Grainger –– with members of the Emory Choirs
Mare Tranquillitatis, Roger Zare
The Solitary Dancer, Warren Benson –– Amy Zhang, Dancer
The Courtly Dances from Gloriana, Britten/Bach
March Op. 99, Sergei Prokofiev


“Fused”
Saturday, November 23rd, 2019 8:00pm
Tyler Ehrlich, Conductor

Shared concert with the Emory University Symphony Orchestra, featuring Andres Forero, percussionist from Broadway’s HAMILTON.

Notezart, Cindy McTee
Gloriosa, Yashuide Ito


“The Passions of the Soul”
Saturday, October 19, 2019 8:00pm
Tyler Ehrlich, Conductor

joyRIDE, Michael Markowski
Mountain Lake Photograph, Zach Stanton
“Voyages” Cello Concerto, Steven Stucky – Guang Wang, Cello
High Water Rising, Sally Lamb McCune
First Suite in E-flat, Gustav Holst


April 6, 2019 Paul Bhasin Conductor

with the Emory University Chorus

  • Persichetti, Cantata No. 3, Celebrations for Winds and Chorus

March 2, 2019 Paul Bhasin Conductor

Gabe Hart, Euphonium (Emory Junior & Winner, 2017 Falcone International Competition)

John Ammerman, Narrator

  • Piazzolla/Bhasin, Milonga del Angel for Euphonium and Winds
  • Hahn, Le Bal de Beatrice d’Este
  • Reed, Variations on a Porazzi Theme
  • Copland, Lincoln Portrait
  • Bernstein/Lavender, On the Town Suite

December 1st, 2018 Paul Bhasin Conductor

John Lynch, Guest Conductor

  • Turner, Through the Looking Glass
  • Gould, Ballad for Band
  • Reed, Russian Christmas Music

October 21 2018 Paul Bhasin Conductor

Stuart Stephenson, Trumpet Soloist (Principal Trumpet, ASO)

Emily Brebach, Oboe Soloist (English Horn/Oboe, ASO)

  • Jolivet, Concerto No. 2 for Trumpet
  • Weber, Concertino for Oboe and Winds
  • Gershwin, Cuban Overture
  • Ives, Variations on America

April 27 2018 Paul Bhasin Conductor

  • Grainger, Lincolnshire Posy
  • Ticheli, Sanctuary

February 23 2018 Paul Bhasin and Chris Shumick, Conductors

Shared concert with Milton HS Wind Ensemble

  • Stravinsky, Symphonies of Wind Instruments
  • Mozart, Serenade in Bb, Gran Partita
  • Reed, Armenian Dances
  • Hesketh, Masque

November 18 2017 Paul Bhasin, Conductor

  • Bernstein/Lavender, On the Waterfront Symphonic Suite

October 20 2017 Paul Bhasin, Conductor

  • Welcher, Zion
  • Arnold, Four Scottish Dances
  • Gabrieli, Aria della Battaglia
  • Prior, Film Score Premiere, In Her Eyes

21 April 2017 Paul Bhasin, Conductor, Adam Frey, Euphonium

  • Terpsichore – Praetorius/Margolis
  • Gazebo Dances – Corigliano
  • Vintage – Gillingham
  • Danzon No. 2 – Marquez

24 February 2017 Paul Bhasin, Conductor Yinzi Kong, Viola

    • Vienna Philharmonic Fanfare – Strauss
    • Fete Dieu a Seville – Albeniz/Cailliet
    • Love Among The Ruins – Syler (Premiere)
    • Hommage a Rameau – Debussy/Hunsberger
    • Lothlorien from Symphony No. 1 – De Meij
  • Gandalf from Symphony No. 1 – De Meij

19 November 2016 Paul Bhasin, Conductor

  • Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Carl Maria von Weber (complete) – Hindemith/Wilson

23 October 2016 Paul Bhasin, Conductor Michael Tiscione, Trumpet Emily Brebach, English Horn

    • Quiet City – Copland/Hunsberger
    • Flourishes & Meditations on a Renaissance Theme – Gandolfi
    • Be Thou My Vision – Gillingham
    • Suite from “The Force Awakens” – Williams/Lavender
    • Western Fanfare – Ewazen
  • New England Triptych (Complete) – Schuman

21 April 2016  Paul Bhasin, Conductor Rohin Aggarwal, Euphonium

    • Concerto for Euphonium and Winds – Wilby
    • Ecstatic Fanfare – Bryant
    • Symphonic Dances from “West Side Story” – Bernstein/Lavender
  • Serenade in Eb – R. Strauss

27 February 2016 [with Theater Emory] Paul Bhasin, Conductor Tim McDonough and John Ammerman, narrators

    • The Red Pony Film Score Suite – Copland
    • Suite from Henry V – Walton
    • “Gesegnet soll sie schreiten, die lang in Demut litt!” (Elsa’s Procession from Lohengrin) – Wagner/Cailliet
  • William Byrd Suite – Jacob

6 December 2015 Paul Bhasin, Conductor

    • Como Poden Per Sas Culpas – Anon. Medieval Spanish
    • Huapango – Moncayo
    • Rhapsody for Hanukkah – Bulla
    • Folk Festival from The Gadfly – Shostakovich
    • Courtly Dances from Gloriana – Britten
    • Funeral Music for Queen Mary – Stucky/Purcell
  • Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms/Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child – Hunsberger

22 October 2015 Paul Bhasin, Conductor

    • Feierlicher Einzug – R. Strauss
    • Procesion du Rocio- J. Turina
    • Colonial Song – P. Grainger
    • “The Alcotts” from Concord Sonata – C. Ives/Elkus
    • Sleep -E.  Whitacre
    • Jack Tar – JP Sousa
  • Mannin Veen – H. Wood

24 April 2015 Nikk Pilato, guest conductor Joseph Schwantner, guest composer Peter Van Zandt Lane, guest composer

28 February 2015 Nikk Pilato, conductor Adam Frey, guest conductor

7 December 2014 An Afternoon at the Dance Nikk Pilato, conductor Timothy Albrecht, organ Sarah Beach, dancer/choreographer Sarah Freeman, dancer/choreographer

    • Symphonic Dance No. 3 “Fiesta” (Clifton Williams)
    • The Solitary Dancer (Warren Benson)
    • Fugue a la Gigue (Johannes Sebastian Bach/arr. Holst)
    • English Waltz (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
  • Vientos y Tangos (Michael Gandolfi)

23 October 2014 Nikk Pilato, conductor Adam Frey, euphonium

    • Entry March of the Boyars (Johann Halvorsen)
    • Grand Dialogue (Eugene Gigout/tr. Rhoads)
    • Rest (Frank Ticheli)
    • Children’s March: Over the Hills and Far Away (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Johannes Sebastian Bach/arr. Reed)
    • Tent Meeting Revival (Bruce Broughton)
  • Kingfishers Catch Fire (John Mackey)

25 April 2014 Nikk Pilato, conductor Soonsung Park, guest conductor Laurie Ann Taylor, mezzo-soprano Stuart Stephenson, trumpet

    • Old Wine in New Bottles (Gordon Jacob)
    • Serenade No. 12 in C minor (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
    • Um Mitternacht from Rückert Lieder (Gustav Mahler)
    • Symphonic Concert March (Giosue Bonelli)
    • Perthshire Majesty (Samuel Hazo)
    • The Prayer of St. Gregory (Alan Hovhaness)
  • First Suite in E-flat (Gustav Holst)

22 February 2014 Nikk Pilato, conductor

    • Serenade in D minor, Op. 44 (Antonín Dvořák)
    • Sanctuary (Frank Ticheli)
    • Molly on the Shore (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
  • Give Us This Day – Short Symphony (David Maslanka)

8 December 2013 A Night at the Opera Nikk Pilato, conductor Josh Byrd, guest conductor

    • Triumphal March from “Aida” (Giuseppe Verdi/tr. McAlister)
    • Intermezzo from “Cavalleria Rusticana” (Pietro Mascagni/tr. Kreines)
    • Overture to “An Italian in Algiers” (Giacchino Rossini/tr. Cailliet)
    • The Promise of Living from “Tender Land” (Aaron Copland/tr. Singleton)
    • Rienzi Overture (Richard Wagner/tr. Hindsley)
    • E Lucevan le Stelle from “Tosca” (Giachomo Puccini/tr. Pilato)
  • Selections from “The Merry Widow” (Franz Lehar/tr. Suzuki)

19 October 2013   Nikk Pilato, conductor Natalie Weiss, mezzo-soprano

    • Overture to Candide (Leonard Bernstein/tr. Grundman)
    • Candide Suite (Leonard Bernstein/tr. Grundman)
    • As the scent of spring rain (Jonathan Newman)
    • The Washington Post  (John Philip Sousa)
    • Hammersmith: Prelude and Scherzo (Gustav Holst)
    • Acrostic Song (David Del Tredici/tr. Spede)
    • Frostiana (Randall Thompson/tr. Hudson)
  • Othello (Alfred Reed)

23/25 April 2013 Scott Stewart, conductor Gary Motley, conductor

    • Prelude, Fugue, and Riffs (Leonard Bernstein)
    • Divertimento for Winds and Percussion (Roger Cichy)
    • Concerto for Clarinet and Wind Ensemble (Frank Ticheli)
    • Three Dance Episodes from On the Town (Leonard Bernstein)
  • Adrenaline City (Adam Gorb)

23 February 2013 Scott Stewart, conductor

  1. Peter Burkholder, narrator
    • Overture and March 1776 (Charles Ives/tr. Sinclair)
    • Old Home Days (Charles Ives/tr. Elkus)
    • Country Band March (Charles Ives/tr. Sinclair)
    • Circus Band (Charles Ives/tr. Elkus)
    • Four New England Holidays, Decoration Day (Charles Ives/tr. Elkus)
    • Variations on America (Charles Ives/arr. Rhoads/tr. Sinclair)
  • Symphony No. 2, Finale (Charles Ives/tr. Elkus)

1 December 2012 David Fairchild, conductor

  • Symphony No. 1, Lord of the Rings (Johann De Meij)

26 October 2012 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Meridian (Ola Gjeilo)
    • October (Eric Whitacre)
    • Angels in the Architecture (Frank Ticheli)
    • Boys of the Old Brigade (W. Paris Chambers)
    • Medley from the Jungle Book (Richard Sherman)
  • Medley from Mary Poppins (Sherman and Sherman)

28 April 2012 David Fairchild, visiting conductor Paula Williams, visiting conductor Kay Fairchild, visiting conductor

    • Liberty Fanfare (John Williams)
    • Adagio for Strings (Samuel Barber/arr. O’Reilly)
    • Commando March (Samuel Barber)
    • Chester (William Schuman)
    • Suite for Solo Drumset and Percussion Ensemble (David Mancini)
    • Slava! (Leonard Bernstein)
    • Outdoor Overture (Aaron Copland)
  • American Salute (Morton Gould)

4 December 2011 Scott Stewart, conductor Rudy Wilson, guest conductor

    • Gavorkna Fanfare (Jack Stamp)
    • Firefly (Ryan George)
    • Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral (Richard Wagner)
  • Lincolnshire Posy (Percy Grainger)

15 October 2011 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Noisy Wheels of Joy (Eric Whitacre)
    • Second Suite in F (Gustav Holst)
    • In paradisum… (Dan Forrest)
    • Postcard (Ticheli)
    • Concerto for Tuba and Wind Ensemble (Edward Gregson)
    • Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (John Philip Sousa)
  • America, the Beautiful (Samuel Ward)

20 April 2011 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • American Hero (Bruce Broughton)
    • The Here and Now (Christopher Theofanidis)
    • Concerto for Piccolo and Wind Ensemble (Bruce Broughton)
    • Mysterium (Jennifer Higdon)
  • In the World of Spirits (Bruce Broughton)

26 February 2011 Scott Stewart, conductor

  • Symphony No. 3 (Boris Kozhevnikov)

5 December 2010 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Four Scottish Dances (Malcolm Arnold/Paynter)
    • Children’s March (Percy Grainger)
    • Who Puts His Trust in God Most Just (J.S. Bach/Croft)
  • Symphony No. 2, Mvmt III: Apollo Unleashed (Frank Ticheli)

23 October 2010 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Call of the Champions (John Williams)
    • First Suite in E-flat (Gustav Holst)
    • Armenian Dances, Part I (Alfred Reed)
    • Sinfonia Voci (David Holsinger)
    • The Last Words of David (Randall Thompson)
    • Shenandoah (Frank Ticheli)
  • Battle Hymn of the Republic (William Steffe)

21 April 2010 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Frenergy (John Estancio)
    • Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments (Igor Stravinsky)
    • Moving Parts (David Sampson)
    • Cri de Couer (Libby Larsen)
  • Escapades (John Williams)

26 February 2010 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Fanfare for La Peri (Paul Dukas)
    • Mudejares: Marcha Mora (Francisco Esteve Pastor)
    • Feast Day in Seville (Isaac Albeniz/tr. Cailliet)
    • Symphonie Fantastique, Mvmt IV (Hector Berlioz/tr. Patterson)
    • De Toda la Eternidad (Libby Larsen)
  • Paris Sketches (Martin Ellerby)

6 December 2009 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Liturgical Dances (David Holsinger)
    • Cloudburst (Eric Whitacre)
    • The Solitary Dancer (Warren Benson)
    • The Light Fantastic, Mvmt III: Do the Hustle (Andrew Rindfleisch)
  • Soundings (Cindy McTee)

24 October 2009 Scott Stewart, conductor Kai Hong Yeung, guest conductor

    • Chester Overture (William Schuman)
    • Amazing Graze (Frank Ticheli)
    • Fantaise Brillante (Jean Bapstise Arban)
    • On the Mall (Edwin Frank Goldman)
  • The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere (René Clausen)

22 April 2009 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • An Outdoor Overture (Aaron Copland)
    • Second Prelude (George Gershwin)
    • The Red Pony (Aaron Copland)
    • Slava! (Leonard Bernstein/tr. Grundman)
    • Rhapsody in Blue (George Gershwin)
  • Divertimento for Winds and Percussion (Roger Cichy)

25 February 2009 Scott Stewart, conductor William Pitts, guest conductor

    • Lads of Wamphrey (Percy Grainger)
    • Ragtime (Igor Stravinsky)
    • From an Alabama Songbook (Donald Grantham)
    • Whatsoever Things… (Mark Camphouse)
  • Blue Shades (Frank Ticheli)

7 December 2009 Scott Stewart, conductor William Pitts, guest conductor

    • Old Wine in New Bottles (Gordon Jacob)
    • Overture in C (Charles Simon Catel)
    • Symphony No. 6 (Vincent Persichetti)
  • Turbine (John Mackey)

18 October 2008 Scott Stewart, conductor Jan Berry Baker, alto sax

    • Mother Earth (David Maslanka)
    • A Moorside Suite, March (Gustav Holst)
    • Old Home Days (Charles Ives/tr. Elkus)
    • Ghost Train Triptych, The Ride (Eric Whitacre)
    • Dance of Uzume (Piet Swerts)
  • Yiddish Dances (Adam Gorb)

11 April 2008 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Pampeana No. 3 (Alberto Ginastera/tr. Bimm)
    • Amparito Roca (Jaime Texidor)
    • La Fiesta Mexicana (H. Owen Reed)
    • La Procession du Rocio (Joaquin Turina/tr. Reed)
    • Machu Picchu (Satoshi Yagisawa)
  • El Camino Real (Alfred Reed)

27 February 2008 Scott Stewart, conductor George Curran, guest conductor

    • Pentium (Peter Graham)
    • Konzertstuck for snare drum and wind ensemble (Askell Masson)
    • Aquarium (Johan de Meij)
    • Triptych (Peter Child)
  • Symphonic Metamorphosis (Paul Hindemith/tr. Wilson)

1 December 2007 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • In the Spring, At the Time When Kings Go Off To War (David Holsinger)
    • Midway March (John Williams)
    • Song of Democracy (Howard Hanson)
  • Music for Prague 1968 (Karel Husa)

17 October 2007 Scott Stewart, conductor John Devlin, guest conductor

    • Overture for Winds (Felix Mendelssohn)
    • Nitro (Frank Ticheli)
    • English Folk Song Suite (Ralph Vaughan Williams)
    • Strange Humors (John Mackey)
    • The White Rose (John Philip Sousa)
    • Black Dog (Scott McAlister)
  • Wedding Dance (Jacques Press)

28 February 2007 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Harlequin (Bruce Broughton)
    • Concerto for Tuba (Bruce Broughton)
    • Lincolnshire Posy (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • A Lincoln Portrait (Aaron Copland)
    • Film Music of Bruce Broughton (arr. Randol Bass)
  • The Three Musketeers/Silverado

18 October 2006 Scott Stewart, conductor Zagreb Saxophone Quartet

    • Vesuvius (Frank Ticheli)
    • Poem (Todd Stalter)
    • Fantasy Variations on a Theme of Paganini (James Barnes)
    • Incantation and Dance (John Barnes Chance)
    • Folk Dances (Dmitri Shostakovich/tr. Reynolds)
  • Capriccio for Saxophone Quartet and Band (Warren Barker)

22 February 2006 Scott Stewart, conductor William Ransom, piano

    • Mock Morris (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Lux Aurumque (Eric Whitacre)
    • A Movement for Rosa (Mark Camphouse)
    • Profanation from Jeremiah (Leonard Bernstein/tr. Bencriscutto)
  • Concerto for Piano and Winds (Stephen Paulus)

27 January 2006 (GMEA Convention) Scott Stewart, conductor Michael Tiscione, trumpet

    • Spumante (Dan Welcher)
    • Mock Morris (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Symphony No. 6 (Vincent Persichetti)
    • Grand Russian Fantasia (Jules Levy/arr. de Ville)
    • Lux Aurumque (Eric Whitacre)
  • Avenue X (Jonathan Newman)

2 December 2005 Scott Stewart, conductor Freddy Martin, guest conductor Paul Murphy, viola

    • Canzon a 12 (Giovanni Gabrieli)
    • Serenade No. 11 in E-flat Major (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
    • Der Schwandreher  (Paul Hindemith)
    • Stained Glass (David Gillingham)
    • Symphony No. 6 (Vincent Persichetti)
  • Spumante (Dan Welcher)

26 October 2005 Scott Stewart, conductor University Chorus

    • First Suite in E-flat (Gustav Holst)
    • Be Thou My Vision (David Gillingham)
    • Concertino for Euphonium and Wind Ensemble (Kevin Kaska)
    • Postcard (Frank Ticheli)
  • Old American Songs (Aaron Copland)

13 April 2005 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Early Light (Carolyn Bremer)
    • Suite of Old American Dances (Robert Russell Bennett)
    • Sleep (Eric Whitacre)
    • Symphonic Dance No. 3, Fiesta (Clifton Williams)
    • De Toda la Eternidad (Libby Larsen)
  • Mambo Furioso (Brant Karrick)

10-17 March 2005 Tour of Vienna, Graz, Prague Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Flourish for Wind Band (Ralph Vaughan Williams)
    • Linden Lea (Ralph Vaughan Williams)
    • Sea Songs (Ralph Vaughan Williams)
    • Military Symphony in F (François-Joseph Gossec)
    • American Riversongs (Pierre LaPlante)
    • Sleep (Eric Whitacre)
    • Country Gardens (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Irish Tune (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Shepherd’s Hey (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Bullets and Bayonets (John Philip Sousa)
    • Hands Across the Sea (John Philip Sousa)
    • Solid Men to the Front (John Philip Sousa)
    • Golden Jubilee (John Philip Sousa)
    • His Honor (Henry Fillmore)
  • Colonel Bogey (Kenneth J. Alford)

18 February 2005 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Sonoran Desert Holiday (Ron Nelson)
    • Sparkle (Shafer Mahoney)
    • Timepiece (Cindy McTee)
    • Dusk (Steven Bryant)
    • Three Dances from “On the Town” (Leonard Bernstein/tr. Stith)
  • Symphony No. 2, “Apollo Unleashed” (Frank Ticheli)

1 December 2004 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Wind Octet (Franz Schubert)
    • Shortcut Home (Dana Wilson)
    • Flight (Eric Ewazen)
    • English Dances, Set Two (Malcolm Arnold)
    • The Light Fantastic (Andrew Rindfleisch)
    • Visions of Light (Eric Ewazen)
    • Bolivar (Eric Cook)
  • Dance of the Jesters (Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky/tr. Cramer)

23 October 2004 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Aegean Festival Overture (Andreas Makris/tr. Bader)
    • Country Gardens (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Near Woodstock Town (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Themes from Green Bushes (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Bullets and Bayonets (John Philip Sousa)
    • Variations on America (Charles Ives/Schuman/Rhoads)
    • Cousins (Herbert Clarke)
  • Blue Shades (Frank Ticheli)

17 April 2004 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • A Jubilant Overture (Alfred Reed)
    • English Folks Songs (Ralph Vaughan Williams)
    • Little Suite for Winter (Peter Shickele)
    • Country Band March (Charles Ives)
    • Esprit de Corps (Robert Jager)
    • Chiapan Medley (arr. Kaptain)
    • Magnum Mysterium (Morton Lauridsen/tr. Reynolds)
    • The Florentiner (Julius Fucik)
  • Sonoran Desert Holiday (Ron Nelson)

25 February 2004 Scott Stewart, conductor Christopher Martin, trumpet

    • Joyful Overture (Jindrech Feld)
    • Rise (Steven Bryant)
    • Molly on the Shore (Percy Grainger)
    • Courage and Compassion (Jim Bonney)
    • Excursions (Bruce Broughton)
  • Redline Tango (John Mackey)

3 December 2003 Scott Stewart, conductor Freddy Martin, guest conductor

    • Sonata pian’e Forte from Sacrae Symphoniae (Giovanni Gabrieli)
    • Children’s March: Over the Hills and Far Away (Percy Grainger)
    • Trauermusik (Richard Wagner)
    • Divertimento for Band (Vincent Persichetti)
    • Dill Pickles (Charles Johnson)
    • Whatsoever Things (Mark Camphouse)
  • Havendance (David Holsinger)

8 October 2003 Scott Stewart, conductor Ted Gurch, clarinet

    • Fantasies on a Theme by Haydn (Norman Dello Joio)
    • Rise (Steven Bryant)
    • Rondo Allegretto (Carl Maria von Weber)
    • Variations on a Korean Folk Song (John Barnes Chance)
    • Divertimento No. 3 in E-flat Major, K. 166 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
    • As the scent of spring rain (Jonathan Newman)
    • Black Dog (Scott McAllister)
  • Slava! (Leonard Bernstein)

27 April 2003 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Dance Movements (Philip Sparke)
    • Symphony for Wind Band (Carolyn Bremer)
    • Stubernic (Mark Ford)
    • Mladi (Youth) (Leos Janacek)
  • New Millenium, Different World, New Beginnings (Roger Cichy)

25 February 2003 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Masque (Kenneth Hesketh)
    • Fourth Symphony (James Barnes)
    • In Memorian (Mark Camphouse)
  • Four Scottish Dances (Malcolm Arnold)

5 December 2002 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Noisy Wheels of Joy (Eric Whitacre)
    • Adagio para orquestra de instrumentos de viento (Joaquin Rodrigo)
    • Lincolnshire Posy (Percy Grainger)
    • Serenade for Winds in D minor (Antonin Dvorak)
    • Psalm for Band (Vincent Persichetti)
  • Divertimento for Winds and Percussion (Roger Cichy)

9 October 2002 Scott Stewart, conductor Carl Hall, flute

    • Fiesta! (Philip Sparke)
    • October (Eric Whitacre)
    • Concerto for Flute and Wind Orchestra (Henk Badings)
    • Second Suite in F (Gustav Holst)
  • Concertino for Four Percussion and Wind Ensemble (David Gillingham)

20 April 2002 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Folk Festival from “The Gadfly” (Dmitri Shostakovich, tr. Hunsberger)
    • Night Song (Ron Nelson); Brian Bowman, euphonium
    • Balalaika (William Cahn)
    • Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (John Philip Sousa)
    • The Fortune Teller from “Romany Life” (Victor Herbert, arr. E. Barrow)
    • Postcard (Frank Ticheli)
    • Je dis que rien ne m’epouvante (Georges Bizet, arr. Leonard Smith)
    • The Thunderer (John Philip Sousa)
    • Symphony on Themes of Sousa, Mvmt II (Ira Hearshen)
  • Fantasia di Concerto (Edoardo Boccalari); Brian Bowman, euphonium

1 March 2002 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Fanfare for “La Peri” (Paul Dukas)
    • Marche Hongroise from “Damnation of Faust” (Hector Berlioz, arr. Y. Gotoh)
    • Suite Française (Darius Milhaud)
    • Suite Française (Frances Poulenc)
  • Paris Sketches (Martin Ellerby)

6 December 2001 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Gazebo Dances (John Corigliano)
    • Three Dance Episodes from “On the Town” (Leonard Bernstein, tr. Stith)
    • Solitary Dancer (Warren Benson)
  • Suite of Old American Dances (Warren Benson)

10 October 2001 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • First Suite in E-flat (Gustav Holst)
    • Sonata for Trumpet and Wind Ensemble (Kent Kennan)
    • And Can It Be? (David Gillingham)
    • Kleine Dreigroschenmusik – Threepenny Opera Suite (Kurt Weill)
  • Symphony No. 3 (Vittorio Giannini)

20 April 2001 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Early Light (Carolyn Bremer)
    • Soundings (Cindy McTee)
    • Venus Palimpsest (Carolyn Bremer)
    • Danza de los Duendes (Nancy Galbraith)
  • Trumpet Concerto in A-flat (Alexander Arutiunian)

7 December 2000 Scott Stewart, conductor Kraig Alan Williams, guest conductor

    • Overture in C (Charles Simon Catel)
    • Serenade No. 12 in C minor (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
    • Funeral March (Edvard Grieg, tr. Eriksen, ed. Fennell)
    • Easter Monday on the White House Lawn (John Philip Sousa)
    • Symphony No. 6 (Vincent Persichetti)
    • Morning Alleluias for the Winter Solstice (Ron Nelson)
  • Serenade for Wind Band (Derek Bourgeois)

13 October 2000 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Festivo (Edward Gregson)
    • Country Gardens (Percy Aldridge Grainger, ed. Rogers)
    • Colonial Song (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Themes from “Green Bushes” (Percy Aldridge Grainger, arr. Daehn)
    • Folksongs for Band No. 3 (David Stanhope)
    • Nine Greek Dances for Wind Orchestra (Nikos Skalkottas, ed. Schuller)
  • Aegean Festival Overture (Andreas Makris, tr. Bader)

14 April 2000 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • An Outdoor Overture (Aaron Copland)
    • Variations on America (Charles Ives, tr. Rhoads)
    • Concerto for Alto Saxophone (Paul Creston) – Kenneth Tse, Alto Saxophone
    • Down a Country Lane (Aaron Copland, tr. Merlin Patterson)
  • Southern Harmony (Donald Grantham)

18 February 2000 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Joyful Overture (Jindrich Feld)
    • Liturgical Dances (David Holsinger)
    • Yiddish Dances (Adam Gorb)
    • Partita, Op. 57 (Franz Krommer)
    • Elegy for a Young American (Ronald Lo Presti)
  • Aspen Jubilee (Ron Nelson)

19 November 1999 Scott Stewart, conductor

    • Aquarium (Johan de Meij)
    • Petite Symphonie (Charles Gounod)
    • Australian Up-Country Tune (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Molly on the Shore (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
  • Symphony No. 3 (James Barnes)

17 April 1998 John Lynch, conductor

    • An Original Suite (Gordon Jacob)
    • Prospect (Pierre LaPlante)
    • Cajun Folk Songs (Frank Ticheli)
    • Carmina Burana (Carl Orff/arr. Krance)
    • Amazing Grace (Frank Ticheli)
    • Three Ragtime Pieces (Igor Stravinsky) (Charles Ives) (Scott Joplin)
  • Rhapsody in Blue (George Gershwin, arr. Verrier)

17 October 1997 John Lynch, conductor

    • Musica Bohema (Zdenek Lukás)
    • Kleine Blasmusik (Ernst Krenek)
    • Mentor (Thomas Stone)
    • Hill-Song No. 2 (Percy Aldridge Grainger)
    • Soundings (Cindy McTee)
  • Festal Scenes (Yasuhide Ito)