by Public Relations Office—Cedarville, Ohio

Cedarville, Ohio—The majestic sounds of brass music will again crescendo through the halls of Cedarville University as the Symphonic Band and Brass Choir perform their end-of-the-year concert on April 7 in the Dixon Ministry Center.

    The Symphonic Band, under the direction of Michael DiCuirci, will perform such pieces as “Ghost Train,” “March from 1941” and “Carnival of Venice.” Charles Pagnard will conduct the Brass Choir in contemporary selections by composers Chris Hazell and Fisher Tull, as well as Kris Berg’s jazz sensation “The Chicken.”

    Featuring guest soloists Ashley Hall, Charles Pagnard and Alan Siebert from the trumpet section of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, this concert is guaranteed to provide great musical entertainment.