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2014 Performances

Spring 2014

Young Harris College Community Band

Tuesday, February 18, 7 p.m.
Glenn Auditorium, Clegg Fine Arts Building; free admission
Directed by Alan Denmon, the YHC Community Band will present a program that combines classic works with contemporary selections. The concert will feature concert band standards by Norman Dello Joio, Karl King and William Walton, as well as new music by Jack Stamp, Samuel Hazo, and Andrew Boysen.

An Evening at the U.S.O.

Tuesday, March 4, 7 p.m.
Glenn Auditorium, Clegg Fine Arts Building; $5 adults / Free for students and children 12 and under
Back by popular demand, this unforgettable tribute to the big band era features the combined talents of the YHC Jazz Band, under the direction of Dr. Mike Campbell, and Chamber Choir, under the direction of Jeff Bauman. Get up and dance at this wildly popular 40s- and 50s-themed show that will include patriotic songs, swing tunes and wonderful cabaret-style solos.

Young Harris College Guitar Ensemble

Tuesday, March 25, 7 p.m.
Susan B. Harris Chapel; free admission
Under the direction of Dr. Richard Knepp, the YHC Guitar Ensemble will present an evening of music for guitar duo, trio, and quartet.  In addition, several members of the ensemble will perform solo works for classical guitar.

Young Harris College Piano Ensemble

Tuesday, April 1, 7 p.m.
Glenn Auditorium, Clegg Fine Arts Building; free admission
Comprised of exceptionally talented students currently studying piano under Cynthia DeFoor, the YHC Piano Ensemble will perform works for piano duet, trio and quartet with musical selections from the Classical and Contemporary periods of musical history. The ensemble will get into the silly spirit of April Fools’ Day with some jokes that are sure to keep the audience laughing. Contributions will be accepted to benefit YHC’s student chapter of the Music Teachers National Association.

Young Harris College Concert Band

Thursday, April 3, 7 p.m.
Glenn Auditorium, Clegg Fine Arts Building; $5 adults / Free for students and children 12 and under
The YHC Concert Band will present a memorable program featuring talented solo performances by seniors in the YHC band program. Under the direction of Mary Land, the ensemble’s season finale will include masterworks from band literature that showcases the hard work and talent of YHC’s student instrumentalists.

Madrigalchor, University of Music and Performing Arts Munich

Friday, April 11, 7 p.m.
Glenn Auditorium, Clegg Fine Arts Building; free admission
Under the direction of Martin Steidler, the Madrigalchor from the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München (University of Music and Performing Arts Munich) will perform music from the European choral tradition as part of their North American tour. The choir makes a stop in Young Harris as part of an exchange program begun in 2012 when the YHC Chamber Choir spent a week in Munich, Germany.

Made possible through an endowed fund established to honor Fay Harmon Clegg Hoag, ’33

Young Harris College Jazz Band

Monday, April 21, 7 p.m.
Glenn Auditorium, Clegg Fine Arts Building; free admission
The YHC Jazz Band will perform a variety of music covering many styles of the big band genre, including swing, bop, Latin jazz and fusion. Directed by Dr. Mike Campbell, the ensemble guarantees a fun evening of jazz appealing to all ages.

Pops on the Plaza

Tuesday, April 22, 7 p.m.
Young Harris College Plaza; free admission
Directed by Alan Denmon, the YHC Community Band presents its highly anticipated annual outdoor spring concert. The ensemble, comprised of talented high school and adult musicians from the local community, will host a memorable evening of familiar musical favorites by Copland, Gershwin and Sousa.

Music Around the World

Tuesday, April 29, 7 p.m.
Glenn Auditorium, Clegg Fine Arts Building; $5 adults/Free for students and children 12 and under
The YHC Choir, under the direction of Dr. John Wayman, joins forces with the YHC Chamber Choir, under the direction of Jeff Bauman, to present a spectacular season finale that is not to be missed. This spring showcase will feature music that represents various cultures from around the globe.

Young Harris College is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music.