Gold Coast Wind Ensemble Summer Concert Tickets
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Summers are here and the season brings with itself many concerts, festivals and Broadway shows to be relished by the people. As various artists hit the road for their tours, Gold Coast Wind Ensemble will head to Janet and Ray Scherr Forum Theatre for their finale concert in Thousand Oaks. The orchestra recently performed at the venue during its spring concert in April. The theatre hosts various events all around the year, and artists from different fields, including comedians, singers and actors perform here. This summer, Janet and Ray Scherr Forum Theatre invites you to enjoy the experience of watching an orchestra performance with Gold Coast Wind Ensemble Summer Concert tickets.
Gold Coast Wind Ensemble arranges four concerts every year. The spring concert's set list presented by the orchestra included “Celebration Fanfare”, a work by the eminent composer and New York Pops Music Director, Steven Reineke. The orchestra also performed “The Stormchasers” by Robert Sheldon and “The Liberty Bell” by John Philip Sousa.
This summer season, Gold Coast Wind Ensemble will perform before the fans another set of famous works by celebrated composers, under the conductors Clinton H. Dawley and Michael Doty. Dawley, the co-founder of the orchestra has taught music in Simi Valley, Arizona and Port Hueneme in the past. Since 1991, he has been conducting Gold Coast. His associate conductor, Doty has himself been a part of Santa Barbara Symphony, playing the trombone. Not only does he conduct the Gold Coast Wind Ensemble, but has also lent his expertise in conducting Ventura County Honor Band and Ventura County Middle School Honor Band. He also has to his name, the “Outstanding Band Director” title, awarded to him by New West Symphony. Both Dawley and Doty have been conducting the orchestra since its inception in 1991.
The repertoire of the upcoming concert by the orchestra includes “Toccato Marziale”, a famous piece of work by the eminent composer, Ralph Vaughan Williams. He is famous for composing various symphonies, choral music, chamber music and opera librettos. His music compositions mainly contain religious subject matter, which can also be seen in his works, Pilgrim and Sine nomine. His music style has often been said to resemble that of George Butterworth and Gustav Holst. Some famous works by him include “Symphony No. 9”, “Sinfonia Antarctica” and “Hodie.” Not only did he compose music, but also had the honor of conducting famous works like “Fantasias on a Theme” and “A Sea Symphony.”
Other than presenting the work of this eminent composer, whose work has been described as “…mystical and deep…” Gold Coast Wind Ensemble will also perform Kirkpatrick Fanfare. This piece has been composed by Andrew Boysen. He has won many composition contests in the past for his work which include International Horn Society Composition Contest, Claude T. Smith Memorial Band Composition Concert for “Ovations.”
Following this, the orchestra is scheduled to perform “On a Hymnsong of Lowell Mason”, which has been composed by David R. Holsinger. David's music is described as “highly emotional”. Some of the famous pieces composed by him include, “Peasant Dance Village”, “The War Trilogy: 1971” and “One Day in a Small Town.” He recently won Charles E. Lutton Award for “Man of Music.”
After performing this famous piece by Holsinger, the orchestra will give its last performance of the season, “Under the Double Eagle”, which has been composed by J.F. Wagner. Under the Double Eagle is a very famous piece by him, and was covered by John Philip Sousa's band thrice. With this, Gold Coast Wind Ensemble's concert for the season will come to an end. So, enjoy the upcoming concert by the orchestra with Gold Coast Wind Ensemble Summer Concert tickets and listen to some of the famous pieces of work by eminent composers.