SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — An all-American night of rousing band music will be performed by the Brigham Young University-Idaho Wind Ensemble on Wednesday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square in Salt Lake City.
The Wind Ensemble is the premiere concert band from BYU-Idaho located in Rexburg, Idaho. It features more than 40 of the university’s finest woodwind, brass and percussion players, dedicated young musicians who represent what is best in the students of BYU-Idaho.
Under the direction of Diane Soelberg, the ensemble tours both domestically and internationally, performing for public schools, universities, communities and invitational conferences sponsored by state, national and professional organizations.
With this performance in Salt Lake City, the ensemble will be finishing a tour of California, Nevada, and Utah.
This talented group draws its repertoire from the master composers of the 18th and 19th centuries as well as from prominent 20th century composers, including “March King” John Philip Sousa. Selections for this Temple Square performance will include overtures, marches, patriotic numbers, show tunes and sacred music.
This concert in the Assembly Hall, part of the Temple Square Performances series, is free and open to everyone age eight and older. For more information, call Temple Square Performances at 801-240-3323.