W&L’s University Orchestra and Wind Ensemble Present Outdoor Concert The W&L community is invited to an in-person outdoor concert on April 5.
Washington and Lee University community members are invited to join the W&L University Orchestra and Wind Ensemble as student accomplishments are celebrated in a concert on April 5 at 6:30 p.m. on Cannan Green. Tickets are not required.
The performance will have a rain date on April 7 at 6:30 p.m., also on Cannan Green. If the weather does not cooperate for either date, the concert will be livestreamed. The dates and times of the alternate performance will be announced should the need arise.
The Cannan Green concert is open to members of the W&L community only. To be admitted, audience members will be required to check in, have their temperature recorded and provide proof of daily attestation. Masking and social distancing protocols will be enforced.
The general public can view the performance live online from Cannan Green at https://livestream.com/wlu.
The University Orchestra features Hyun Song ’21 on cello as a soloist on Dvorak’s “Silent Woods.” The performance will also feature Song, Missy Thomas ’22 and Coletta Fuller ’21 as student conductors for “Symphony No. 2” by Joseph de Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges.
Also featured will be the world premiere of composer Quinn Mason’s “Immerse.” The University Wind Ensemble features Carissa Petzold ’21 as a soloist on Mozart’s “Concerto Clarinet” and as an arranger and conductor for the world re-premiere of three tunes by composer Benjamin Grierson. Sam Tanenblatt ’21, Truman Chancy ’22 and Taylor Colaizzi ’23 will act as student conductors for composer Vaughan Williams’ iconic “English Folk Song Suite.”