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April 15 @ 7:30 PM| $14 Get Tickets
Timothy J. Robblee, Artistic Director & Conductor
The Light of Spring
Join us for an exciting lineup of popular band repertoire, including award-winning Chinese composer Shuying Li’s Kung Fu, whose work explores the different styles and levels of what Kung Fu represents to people in a universal way.
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Q: What are you excited about for audiences to experience?
“I’m excited for audiences to have a varied look at what makes for ‘lighter’ music. There are some familiar transcriptions, a wind ensemble dance piece and a personal look at the broader social constructs of Kung Fu from the rising young composer Shuying Li.”
– Dr. Tim Robblee, conductor
Accommodations for disabilities may be arranged by contacting the Box Office at least three days prior to the performance.
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