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The Greatest Movie and Video Game Music Presented by Michigan Tech Music

Friday, April 12, 2024, 7:30 pm

The Superior Wind Symphony and Campus Concert Band play epic film and video game tunes.

CONTENT GUIDANCE | TBD

PERFORMED BY | Superior Wind Symphony and Campus Concert Band
PRESENTER | Michigan Tech Music
VENUE | Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
DURATION | TBD
TICKETS | Pay As You're Able ($15 Full Ticket Fee) What is this?
SEATING | General Admission

About

Michigan Tech Music, part of the Michigan Tech Visual and Performing Arts Department, offers ten music performance groups: bands, orchestra, jazz, and choral ensembles that expose students, faculty, and the community to the artistic and communicative values of music and the power it has to change lives.

Superior Wind Symphony is an auditioned ensemble of winds and percussion that performs the music of composers spanning five centuries, living and not, from all genders, ethnicities, and genres. 

Campus Concert Band (CCB) plays a variety of traditional and contemporary concert band literature as well as popular works. Superior Wind Symphony (SWS) is an auditioned ensemble of winds and percussion that performs the music of composers spanning five centuries, living and not, from all genders, ethnicities, and genres. Learn more about all of the MTU Bands here.

Joel Neves enjoys a dynamic and versatile career as an opera, ballet, and orchestra conductor and educator. A prizewinner in the American Prize in Conducting, Joel is Director of Orchestral Activities at Michigan Tech, where he conducts the Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra. Joel served as national President of the College Orchestra Directors Association (CODA). During his term of service, he made a special focus on repertoire for college orchestras, especially contemporary music and music by women composers. Joel received a Doctor of Musical Arts in orchestral, choral, and opera conducting from Arizona State University and bachelor's and master's degrees from Brigham Young University.

Jana Meckler is a band director/music educator (K-12 license) and jazz/neo soul/pop singer who also plays flute and piano. After teaching in the schools for 11 years, Jana is now focusing on her performance career, as well as educational clinician work and teaching privately.

Sponsors

Support for this event provided by the Janet Locatelli Fund, the Visual and Performing Arts Department, and its supporters. View current donors to the Visual and Performing Arts Department.

Pay As You're Able Ticketing

The Visual and Performing Arts Department believes that the foundation of an equitable and inclusive arts culture requires making events financially accessible to all. So, we are offering Pay as You're Able ticketing for all of our Michigan Tech Music and Michigan Tech Theatre events. Learn more

Accessibility

Noise-canceling headphones
Available at the Rozsa Box Office.

Assisted Listening Devices
Available at the Rozsa Box Office.

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Print and Digital Programs

Digital Program
The full program will be available online at least one day in advance for all devices and is compatible with most screen readers. 

Limited Print Program
Print programs containing limited show information will be available at the door.

Large-Print Program
A large-print version of the limited print program is available in advance online. A limited quantity is printed and available at the Rozsa Box Office.

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