NDSCS Band and Concert Choir to perform Oct. 25

North Dakota State College of Science Band, Concert Choir, Wildcat Singers and Wildcat Stage Band will hold their annual fall concert on Octobet 25, 2011 in the Harry Stern and Ella Stern Cultural Center.  This will be their first performance of the season.

The band will be performing serveral pieces under the direction of Laurie Lekang, including: Hands Across the Sea, a march by John Philip Sousa and Instant Concert by Harold L. Walter, a compilation of thirty melodies condensed to three minutes and ten seconds. The Wildcat Stage Band will be performing a variety of pop pieces, including I Gotta Feeling – Black Eyed Peas, arranged by Paul Murtha and Born This Way – Lady Gaga, arranged by John Wasson.

The concert choir is set to perform seven numbers under the direction of Michael Rockne, including three songs by Aaron Copeland and Riversong, A Celtic Celebration by Roger Emerson.  The Wildcat Singers will also sing a few well known pieces, such as Blame It On the Boogie, recorded originally by The Jacksons and arranged by Mac Huff and I Want to Know What Love Is, originally sung by Maria Carey, arranged by Kirby Shaw.

The concert is free and open to the public.  A free-will offering will be accepted at a reception following the performance in the Cultural Center lobby.

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