The Eastern Illinois University Wind Symphony and Concert Band will offer something for all ages in its "Celebration Concert" on Friday, April 15.
The free concert is to begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Dvorak Concert Hall in EIU's Doudna Fine Arts Center.
The Wind Symphony and Concert Band are conducted by Barry L. Houser. Three graduate student conductors -- Patrick Rheingruber, Sarah Todd and Chris Mroczek -- will each conduct a selection, as well.
The program is comprised of several works: "Persistence" by Richard Saucedo; "A Basque Lullaby" by Dan Forrest; "Undertow" by John Mackey; "Overture to Candide" and "Slava" by Leonard Bernstein; "DreamCircus" by Rob Deemer; "Cartoon" by Paul Hart; "Wild Nights!" by Frank Ticheli; and "The Circus Bee March" by Henry Fillmore.
The Doudna Fine Arts Center is a division of the EIU College of Arts and Humanities. For more information, call 217-581-3110 or visit www.eiu.edu/doudna.