Southwind Announces 2006 Program

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Southwind is pleased to announce their 2006 program entitled “Duality.”

Webster defines duality {(du•al•i•ty) n} as a situation or nature that has two states or parts that are complementary or opposed to each other. Through the course of the show, Southwind will be exploring various levels of duality such as: white vs. black, brass vs. percussion, classical vs. contemporary, side vs. side, front vs. back, and flags vs. weapons, to name a few.

Southwind’s musical selections include: “Firebird Suite” by Igor Stravinsky, “When the Kings Go Off to War” by David Holsinger, “Lost in the Darkness” from Jekyll and Hyde, “Pie Jesu” by Andrew Lloyd Webber, “Claire de Lune” by Claude Debussy, “Incantations” from Cirque du Soleil, “Profanation” by Leonard Bernstein, melodies inspired by Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony, and original compositions by Steve Vento.

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Posted by on Thursday, May 11th, 2006. Filed under DCI World.