Spring Semester in Full Swing - 02/15/17
The spring semester has begun and many events have already been held. The South Eastern United States Honor Bands (SEUS) for high schoolers took place just a couple weeks ago. Brothers served the School of Music in a variety of ways. Some served as percussion assistants for these bands while others simply helped work logistics for equipment relocations. This is also when the Troy University Symphony Band showcases it's premiere spring concert. This semester's concert was titled Firebird.
The percussion studio itself has already been home to a couple of guest artists and clinicians. Dr. Luis Rivera of South Alabama University gave a master class during the day and then performed a recital later that night. Another guest clinician to have visited is Dr. Andy Harnsberger from Lee University out of Tennessee. He gave a master class during the day he visited and then assisted with the percussion ensembles rehearsal later that night.
Although it has been a busy semester, it is far from done. The percussion studio has a few upcoming events, the biggest being the Alabama Day of Percussion coming Februrary 25th. Additionally, the Troy University Symphonic Band will have a concert the night of February 20th. The brothers themselves have also been hosting rush events for their incoming Spring class, with interviews the night of February 19th. There is a lot going on and it is safe to say the semester is fully underway. Be sure to continue checking the events page for the list of all upcoming events. -FeedBack Click for Older Stories.
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