Armstrong Percussion Ensemble
"Pure Imagination"

When:November 8th, 7:30 p.m.
Where:Fine Arts Auditorium
Admission:$6 general admission; Armstrong free w/PirateCard

About this event:
Armstrong's Percussion Ensemble performs "Pure Imagination" under the direction of Stephen Primatic, Armstrong's director of percussion studies.

In addition to the concert title piece, this program includes the lively cosmopolitan street-scene depiction First Through Traffic, beautiful excerpt arrangements of Carl Orff's medieval-inspired cantata Carmina Burana and Christopher Rouse's Ka-ka-ilimoku, a ferocious work based on Hawaiian mythology.

Student conductor Janet McGarity conducts Eliot del Borgo's Preludio for Percussion.

Dr. Randall Reese, saxophone, and Dr. Emily Grundstad-Hall, soprano, are featured soloists.

The concert is at 7:30 p.m. in the Armstrong Fine Arts Auditorium.

general admission: Only $6.
Armstrong faculty/staff/students admitted free upon presentation of valid Pirate Card.

Call 912.344.2556 weekdays, for additional ticketing, concert or music program information.