Loyola at a Glance
Crescent City Wind Symphony presents free concert at Loyola
April 26, 2013
|Joseph Hebert, Ph.D., director of bands at Loyola, and founder of the Crescent City Wind Symphony|
The Loyola University New Orleans Montage Fine and Performing Arts Series will end next week with a free Crescent City Wind Symphony concert Monday, April 29 at 7:30 p.m.
Open to the public, the concert is set for Louis J. Roussel Performance Hall, located in the Communications/Music Complex on the corner of St. Charles Avenue and Calhoun Street. Free parking is available in the West Road Garage, accessible from St. Charles Avenue.
The evening’s program will include John Philip Sousa’s “Manhattan Beach March,” Modest Mussorgsky’s “A Night on Bald Mountain,” Elmer Bernstein’s “The Magnificent Seven” and James Kessler’s arrangement of “Hoagy Carmichael: An American Classic.”
Joseph Hebert, Ph.D., the director of bands at Loyola, founded the Crescent City Wind Symphony in 1993 in an effort to provide opportunities to musicians in the community who want to perform but have limited rehearsal availability.
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