Our ensemble consists of woodwinds including flutes and piccolo, single and double-reed, a variety of brass instruments and percussion. If desired, members may also flex their conducting muscles by volunteering to rehearse and conduct pieces of their choice in any given semester.

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30th Anniversary

Program for the 2004
20th Anniversary Spring Concert

Marche Militaire Francaise ~ C. Saint Saens
Finale from the Algerian Suite, Arr. M.L. Lake
Psalm 46 ~ John Zdechlik
Amazing Grace ~ Arr. William Himes
Trans. Nicholas Santoro
Count Basie Salute ~ Arr. John Higgins
April in Paris / Li'l Darlin' / Jumpin' at the Woodside
Nicholas Santoro - Conductor

The Earl of Oxford's March ~ Trans. Gordon Jacob
From the William Byrd Suite
*Peter Del Vecchio - Conductor (1983 - 1985)

Salvation Is Created ~ Pavel Tschesnokoff
Arr. B. Houseknecht
*Joseph Hetman - Conductor (1985)

Sun Dance~ Frank Ticheli
*Mary Schmidt - Conductor (1986 - 1990)

Sine Nomine ~ Ralph Vaughan Williams
Arr. B. Houseknecht
*Glenn Sandberg - Conductor (1989 - 1993)

The Klaxon~ Henry Fillmore
*Dr. John Korzun - Conductor (1984 - 86, 1991)

Selections from Porgy and Bess ~ George Gershwin
Arr. Robert Russell Bennett
*Dr. Marc Sackman - Conductor (1992 - 1994)

The Strategic Air Command ~ J. Clifton Williams
*Nanette O'Neal - Conductor (1994 - 2002)

Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral ~ Richard Wagner
From "Lohengrin", Arr. Lucien Cailliet
Nicholas Santoro - Conductor (2002 - Present)


*Returning Conductor