We have another diverse program featuring many guests this week.
Violinist Natalie Brown will be joining us for two pieces: one of the
most haunting and beautiful movie melodies of all time, as well as
some good old fashioned Irish fiddling. A number of talented
musicians from our local high schools will perform–including a rising
star on the…anvil. And of course, since one of our concerts takes
place in Sokol Park, we offer a polka and the most famous march from
the “Bohemian Sousa!”
Furthermore, we’ll have a prelude concert at 6:30 on Sunday by the Cedar Rapids Youth Flute Ensemble!
- Star Spangled Banner (arr. Moffit) Featuring Bentlee Birchansky, Vocalist
- Overture to “Candide” (Bernstein, arr. Grundman)
- Theme from Schindler’s List (John Williams, arr. Calvin Custer) Featuring Natalie Brown, violin
- Semper Fidelis (John Philip Sousa)
- From the Shores of the Mighty Pacific (Herbert L. Clarke) Featuring Wiatt Cariveau, Tuba
- Ragged Rozey (Karl King, arr. John Boyd)
- Feuerfest Polka (Josef Strauss, arr. Vosbein) Dylan Manternach, Anvil Soloist Dan Terrell, Guest Conductor
- Amazing Grace (arr. Frank Ticheli)
- Pennywhistle Song (Leroy Anderson) Featuring members of the Cedar Rapids Youth Flute Ensemble: Alyson Krapfl, Katharine Benya, Valerie Drake, Alyssa Wakeman, Loan Tran, & Carissa Newman.
- Florentiner March (Fucik, arr. Fennell)
- Irish Washerwoman (arr. Leroy Anderson) Featuring Natalie Brown, violin
- Cedar Rapids Song of Dedication (Barrett, arr. Moehlmann) Featuring Bentlee Birchansky, Vocalist
If you can’t make it either evening, Wednesday’s concert will be broadcast live on KMRY Radio (kmryradio.com).