The Central Lakes College Community Band will present "Rare Music Well Done," its fall concert, at 7:15 p.m. Monday in the Dryden Theatre on the Brainerd campus.
Conductor Steve Anderson said the venue will feature the following: "The Little Ripper March" by David Stanhope; "Slava!" by Nikoli Rimsky-Korsakov and arranged by Douglas Wagner; "Ave Maria" by Franz Biebl and arranged by Robert Cameron; "March of the Toys" by Victor Herbert and arranged by Langey & Clarke; "Shenandoah" by Frank Ticheli; "Puszta" by Jan Van der Roost; and "Symphonic Circus March" by Timothy Rhea.
Band members are:
Flute -- Marcey Cunningham, Angie Hins, Bethany Kroecheler, Robyn Myers and Laura Shively, all of Brainerd; and Barb Sjoblad, Pequot Lakes.
Clarinet -- Helen Anderson, Merrifield; Sandy Chase , Baxter; Dick Gunderson, Deerwood; Shawn Kobs, Pillager; Frank Milo , Pequot Lakes; and Melissa Walters, Pine River.
Alto clarinet -- Jen Lydeen, Brainerd.
Bass clarinet -- Gil Wagner, Little Falls.
Saxophone -- Chris Bolstad, Backus; Linda Chantland, Aitkin; and Kathy Hamblin, Baxter.
Trumpet -- Jennifer Aune, Brainerd; Mike Pontius and John S. Raboin, both of Baxter; Pat Ryle , Staples; and Jerry Wolters, Pierz.
French horn -- Bonnie Groneberg, Baxter, and Martha Shively, Brainerd.
Trombone -- Jim Anderson and Travis Crowe, both of Brainerd; and Don Forte, Hillman.
Euphonium -- Jim Lyon, Brainerd.
Tuba -- Rob Freelove, Little Falls.
Double bass -- Sue Anderson, Brainerd.
Percussion -- Pat Anderson and Nathan Thibert, both of Brainerd; Matthew Rom, Aitkin; and Jeremy Sanoski, Little Falls.
Admission is $3 for adults, but free for CLC students with identification and to children ages 12 and under.
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