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Bring a group to the final concert of our 2017-2018 season of Sonic Stories! Our entire season took its inspiration from the Star Wars films and our Summer program is not an exception! Join us June 17, 2018 for A Long Time Ago…, a lively program of music that draws inspiration from ages past including a performance of Star Wars title theme which, since its premiere in 1977, has famously invited us to consider that which occurred “A Long Time Ago”.

The musicians of Northshore Concert Band represent many professional backgrounds, and approximately half are professional music educators; the rest have a diverse set of occupations. They demonstrate to younger musicians that there are opportunities for them to play and enjoy their instruments their entire lives, regardless of whether they choose a musical vocation.

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Student groups attending a program of world-class music submerge into an invaluable cultural experience that might be out of their familiar comforts and habits, giving them a unique taste of the world around them.

Adult and Senior groups of 10 or more can experience the musical excellence of the Northshore Concert Band at special group rates, making these unforgettable performances affordable and accessible for music lovers of all ages!


JOIN US ON SUNDAY JUNE 17, 2018 AS WE PRESENT OUR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD TO CARL GRAPENTINE

CarlG1400x788Carl Grapentine will receive the Northshore Concert Band Lifetime Achievement Award on June 17, 2018 during the final concert of our 2017-2018 season. This award is presented in recognition of a career dedicated to the development and perpetuation of wind music.

He joined WFMT in 1986 and has been the host of WFMT’s morning program since 1996. He gives pre-concert lectures for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Music of the Baroque, and many other arts organizations. An alumnus of the University of Michigan School of Music, Carl has been the stadium voice of the Michigan Marching Band since 1970. His voice has been heard on national telecasts of 16 Rose Bowls and numerous other bowl games. In 2006, he became the announcer at Michigan Stadium. He has sung the national anthem at Wrigley Field, U.S. Cellular Field, and several other sports venues. Mr. Grapentine is a member of the Northshore Concert Band Advisory Board. While his last day as a regular WFMT host will be July 27, 2018, he will continue to work on special projects including a podcast series.

MEET CARL GRAPENTINE AFTER THE CONCERT

Audience members are invited to join us for a reception in the lobby of Pick-Staiger Concert Hall after the concert to greet and congratulate Mr. Grapentine.


BRING A GROUP OF 10 OR MORE AND SAVE!

When you bring a group, it’s easy and inexpensive to experience the world-renowned Northshore Concert Band! Senior groups pay only $10 per person and Student groups pay only $5 each! Let us help you plan your group outing today! To receive these special group rates please call 847-432-2263 or email jana@northshoreband.org  to customize your group ticket package today!

  • Adult groups are only $13 per person
  • Senior groups (65+) are only $10 per person
  • Student/Children groups are only $5 per person

Pick-Staiger Concert Hall has easy access for drop-off and pick-up!


A LONG TIME AGO…

Sunday, June 17, 2018, 3:00 pm

Pick-Staiger Concert Hall, Northwestern University, 50 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston, Illinois

  • Festivo – Edward Gregson
  • Sword and the Crown – Edward Gregson
  • Flourishes and Meditations on a Renaissance Theme – Michael Gandolfi
  • Sketches on a Tudor Psalm – Fisher Tull
  • Star Wars Trilogy, Main Title – John Williams/arr. Hunsberger

 

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