ECSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble concert held March 29
Kesha Williams March 13, 2014
The ECSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble will hold its annual spring concert at 6 p.m. on
Saturday, March 29 in the auditorium of the Mickey L. Burnim Fine Arts Center.
The concert will feature works from composers Clifton Williams, David R. Holsinger,
J. C. Heed, and more. The Symphonic Wind Ensemble is linked to a course, Music 401
taught by Tomisha Brock, conductor of the ensemble. The performance serves as an
assessment of the skills the students gained over the last semester.
"This concert has been held at the university since the late 1960s. Students should
adequately display their knowledge of the national music standards for collegiate
musicians," Brock said. "The students performing include those from the freshmen to
the senior level. Many of the undergraduates are expected to participate again in
the wind ensemble."
This concert is free and open to the public; however attendees are asked to donate
a pair of gently used men's, women's, or kid's shoes in support of the band's charitable
For more information, contact, Tomisha Brock, director of University Bands, (252)