Bethel University Wind Symphony – Celtic Collection

Bethel University Wind Symphony – Celtic Collection

Christ Church Cathedral, Wednesday 29th May 2019

Bethel University Wind Symphony from St Paul, USA will perform a free ‘Celtic Collection' concert – a celebration of Irish and Scottish works.

The programme includes a selection of Irish and Scottish airs, such as An Gé Fhian (The Wild Goose), Amazing Grace, Loch Lomond and four Scottish dances, as well as Cotillon, a suite of dance tunes especially suited to wind instruments and first performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra in 1939.

The all-student symphony is made up of more than 45 wind, brass and percussion instrument players. The performance will also include a selection of American tunes and marching songs, The Circus Bee and the classic American The Stars and Stripes Forever.

Wednesday 29th May 2019
8.30pm - 9.30pm
Free - Registration required
Christ Church Cathedral, Christchurch Place, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, Ireland

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