Liberty University Wind Symphony

The Liberty University Wind Symphony will be performing at Mountain Grove on March 25th at 6:00 PM.

The Liberty University Wind Symphony has toured throughout the Eastern United States, from Vermont to Miami, and from St. Louis to New Orleans. The ensemble is comprised of 56 fabulous college musicians studying a variety of majors at Liberty University. This wind symphony performs a wide variety of music that appeals to a diverse audience. Over the past five years, the Liberty University Wind Symphony produced five CDs, “Mothership, ” “Frozen Cathedral,” and Song of the Phoenix,” and “Wine Dark Sea,” and “Monuments & Cathedrals,” which will be available at the concert.

The length of the concert is typically one hour. The public is invited to attend. There is no charge for admission.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear one of the finest Christian university wind symphonies in the United States at Mountain Grove Church auditorium on March 25th at 6:00PM.

This Liberty University Wind Symphony will perform selections from the following repertoire in the concert:

  • How Deep The Father’s Love For Us, arranged by Don Marsh
  • I Can Only Imagine, by Bart Millard
  • The Old Rugged Cross, arranged by Marty Hamby
  • The Majesty and Glory, arranged by Michael Lawrence
  • Dancefares by Jess Langston Turner
  • Vientos y Tangos, by Michael Gandolfi
  • Albanian Dance by Shelley Hanson
  • Puszta, by Jan Van der Roost
  • Danza Cubanas, by Robert Sheldon
  • Bandancing, by Jack Stamp
  • Danza de los Duendes, by Nancy Galbraith
  • Concerto for Clarinet and Wind Ensemble, by Frank Ticheli
  • Danceries, Set I, by Kenneth Hesketh

The Liberty University Wind Symphony is under the leadership of Dr. Stephen Kerr, director of bands. Dr. Kerr received his B.S. degree in Music Education from Liberty University. He holds the M.A. degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Virginia Tech. and the Ph.D. degree in Music Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

For more information about the symphony visit HERE