Concerts from 2005


Saturday, March 12, 2005

North American Brass Band Association competition; Pheasant Run resort, St. Charles, IllinoisNABBA contest held annually since 1983; features many of the premier brass bands in the country and is open to brass bands who are members of NABBA;

consists of five levels of competition, approximately 25 total bands in competition.competed and won 1st place at Explorer level; only band entered at that level.

Festival Fanfare; M. Forbes

First Suite in Eb; Holst, arr. Wilkinson (test piece)

Last Spring: E. Greig, arr. Curnow

Arsenal; Jan Van der Roost, arr. De Haske

Death or Glory; R. B. Hall, arr. R. Smith

Saturday, September 24, 2005

fall concertCalvary United Methodist Church, Normalprogram featured Sound of Illinois chorus as guest artists

Arsenal; Jan Van der Roost

First Suite in Eb; Gustav Holst, arr. Wilkinson

Badinage; Kevin Norbury (Dr. Michael Forbes, tuba soloist)

Motivations; Anne McGinty

Armed Forces Salute; Stephen Bulla

Battle Hymn of the Republic; arr. Byron Yasul, trans. T. Ludwig (with chorus)

Monday, September 26, 2005

Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Week ceremonydowntown Bloomingtonperformed in ceremony to honor returning National Guard and Reserve troops, and the employers who are maintaining and opening jobs for them

Friday, December 9, 2005

holiday concertCalvary United Methodist Church, Normal

Russian Christmas Music; Alfred Reed, arr. David Leppla

Deck The Halls (trombone quartet)

O Come All Ye Faithful (trombone quartet)

Rhapsody for Hannukah; Stephen Bulla

Christmas Jazz Medley (tuba/euphonium quartet)

Three Kings Swing; William Himes

White Christmas; arr. Mark Freen

Prelude & Fugue for Christmas (brass tentet)

Festive Cheer (brass tentet)

O Holy Night; Adolphe Adam, arr. Stephen Bulla (soprano soloist: Wendy Moss)

Christmas Crackers; Ray Woodfield

Saturday, December 17, 2005

Sounds of Christmas community concertState Farm Insurance Co., Corporate Headquarters, Bloomingtonsponsored by State Farm and The Music Shoppe