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October 17, 2020 @ 2:30 PM| Free – $10 Get Tickets
Craig Fraedrich, director
The Shenandoah Conservatory Little Big Band presents a program of influential and important selections that have become standard jazz repertoire from the Bebop, Hard Bop and Post Bop era. Under the direction of Matthew Niess, Jazz Combos kicks off the concert with a special set of tunes.
Tunes to be selected from the following and announced from the stage:
Sonny Sitt: The Eternal Triangle
Joe Zawinul: Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
Nat Adderley: Work Song
Charlie Parker: Scrapple from the Apple
Gerry Mulligan:Walking Shoes
Charlie Parker: Ornithology
Charlie Parker: Billie’s Bounce
Charlie Parker: Confirmation
John Lewis (arr. Mike Tomaro): Rouge
Dizzy Gillespie (arr. Rob McConnell): Groovin’ High
TICKET & SEATING INFO
General Admission Chair Seating: $10
A limited number of chairs are available for this event in a reserved section closest to the stage. Seating is limited; advance purchase recommended to ensure your seat. For everyone’s safety, chairs will be individually spaced 6 feet apart and should not be moved. Chair seating includes a full view of the stage.
General Admission Lawn Seating: Free
Bring your own blanket or chair and enjoy the concert from our special lawn area surrounding Sarah’s Glen. Audiences in the lawn seating area will be required to socially distance and may have an obstructed view of the stage.
How to Purchase & Box Office Information
The Box Office is temporarily closed for on-site advanced purchases. Tickets for this event may be purchased in advance online or by calling the Box Office at (540) 665-4569 from 12PM to 5PM Monday through Friday. A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase on-site on the day of the performance beginning two hours prior to the concert. The Box Office will be located outside Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre.
COVID-19 HEALTH & SAFETY
- Masks are required for performers, staff and audiences at all times (including indoor and outdoor spaces).
- All attendees must complete a symptom tracker and show proof of completion on the day of the concert. Any attendees with COVID-19-related symptoms or recent exposure to COVID-19 will not be permitted. A symptom tracker can be accessed in the following ways:
- Shenandoah Go app (preferred method; available for free download)
- Shenandoah Conservatory Visitor Symptom Check Google Form (available 3 days in advance of the event)
- Shenandoah Conservatory Visitor Symptom Check Paper Form (available on-site at check-in tables)
- All attendees must check in on-site to show their green health pass or visitor symptom check, pick up a wristband and be admitted into the performance venue area.
- Public restrooms are available in the Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre lobby. Masks and social distancing are required at all times.
- Food and beverages may not be consumed within the immediate performance venue area.
Shenandoah Go App
Shenandoah University launched the Shenandoah Go app as part of its pledge to keep Shenandoah safe. App users log symptoms into the app each day (even when not on campus and the weekend). Mobile passes are shown to access buildings and activities on campus, including but not limited to dining hall, classes, rehearsals and performances, athletic practice, in-person events and more. Visit www.su.edu to learn more.
RAIN DATE: Sunday, October 18 at 2:30PM
Photo by C. King Photography (Fall 2019)