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Washington Wind Symphony presents 'Legacies' at the Kirkland Performance Center
The Washington Wind Symphony will present "Legacies" at 4:30 p.m. on Jan. 5 at the Kirkland Performance Center.
The performance features composer Aaron Copland's works.
For this concert, conductor Dr. Ed Powell has assembled an elite collection of music compositions, both classic and modern:
“An Outdoor Adventure” — Composed by Aaron Copland and ironically premiered indoors, this optimistic and airy piece begins with a bright fanfare and marches on to a joyous conclusion.
“The Sun Shall Rise Again” — As we approach the second anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami off the coast of northeastern Japan, we’ll honor the survivors with this meaningful memorial by British composer Philip Sparke.
“Grand Partita” - Movements one, three and seven — This chamber music/serenade for winds was penned by the incomparable Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
“William Byrd Suite” — Listeners don’t have to be a Downton Abbey devotee to appreciate the melodic and dignified flavor of this very British work, composed by Renaissance master Gordon Jacob.
“Allerseelin” — Richard Strauss’ musically poetic interpretation of “All Souls’ Day,” this piece is said to have been composed when he was 18.
“Children’s March” — Percy Grainger created this audience favorite for his “playmate beyond the hills,” a Scandinavian beauty who he never married, due to his possessive mother’s jealousy.
For tickets go here.
To view the full concert program go here.
The Kirkland Performance Center is located at 350 Kirkland Ave. in downtown Kirkland.