Wind symphony, ensemble to hold concert tonight

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Wind symphony, ensemble to hold concert tonight

Freshman Avae Odza plays the flute at the front of the field facing the rest of the band members.

Freshman Avae Odza plays the flute at the front of the field facing the rest of the band members.

Grace Nguyen

Freshman Avae Odza plays the flute at the front of the field facing the rest of the band members.

Grace Nguyen

Grace Nguyen

Freshman Avae Odza plays the flute at the front of the field facing the rest of the band members.

Katie Bardwell, Staff Writer

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Tonight the band is performing their mid-winter concert in the auditorium at 7:00 p.m. The concert will feature the wind symphony and wind ensemble. The wind symphony is playing three pieces, one of which, “Armenian Dances,” will be played as an entry for their UIL competition. The wind ensemble will be performing two pieces, as well, one being “Spoon River” by Grainger.

“My favorite piece is the ‘Armenian Dances,’ a folk song that’s roughly 13 minutes long,” senior Jensen Kinnebrew said. “I love that it’s so challenging, and there [are] so many notes to play.”

The band’s UIL competition will take place in early April.

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