CWRU Bands: I Dream Awake

I Dream image of night sky full of stars
Monday, November 21, 2022

7:30 PM
Maltz Performing Arts Center, Silver Hall
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Event Details/Summary

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CWRU Bands will present the midwestern premiere of Giovanni Santos' new saxophone concerto, I Dream Awake, with soloist and fellow Joint Music Program faculty member Greg Banaszak. Santos currently serves as the director of wind and percussion studies at La Sierra University, where he directs the University Wind Ensemble, Chamber Winds, and Big Band. 

Dr. Ryan Scherber, Assitant Professor of Music Education, Director of Bands, CWRU
Giovanni Santos, Conductor, Composer, Music Educator
Greg Banaszak, Saxophone Faculty, Joint Music Program, CIM

Program

Tight Squeeze
Alex Shapiro, performed by the CWRU Symphonic Winds

Unquiet Hours
David Biedenbender, performed by the CWRU Symphonic Winds

Giovanni Santos, Conductor, Composer, Music Educator
Giovanni Santos, Conductor, Composer, Music Educator

They're Off!
Fred Jewell, performed by the CWRU Symphonic Winds

I Dream Awake, Concerto for Alto Saxophone & Wind Ensemble
Giovanni Santos, performed by the CWRU Wind Orchestra with soloist Greg Banaszak

Council Oak
David Gillingham, performed by the CWRU Symphonic Winds

Greg Banaszak, Saxophone Faculty, Cleveland Institute of Music
Greg Banaszak, Saxophone Faculty, Cleveland Institute of Music

Two-Lane Blacktop
James David, performed by the CWRU Symphonic Winds

Silver Hall Concert Series

This performance is part of the Maltz Performing Arts Center, Silver Hall Concert Series. These events are free, but registration is required. Can't be with us in person? No problem! You can still join us via live stream. Reserve a live stream ticket in advance or view the channel below on concert day. 

Live Stream in Silver Hall


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