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Sam Barlow High School

OSB Presents: Let's Dance!

Join us for an evening of music at Sam Barlow High School!

OSB Presents: Let's Dance!
OSB Presents: Let's Dance!

Time & Location

May 18, 2024, 7:30 PM

Sam Barlow High School , 5105 SE 302nd Ave, Gresham, OR 97080, USA

About the event

Choreography, Robert Sheldon

Suite of Old American Dances, Robert Russell Bennett

Pavanne, Morton Gould

Danza Final (Malambo), Alberto Ginastera (arr. David John)

Espana Cani, Pascual Marquina (arr. Robert Longfield)

Waltz No. 2, Dmitri Shostakovich (arr. James Curnow)

Slavonic Dances No. 8,  Antonin Dvorak (arr. Robert Longfield)

Bacchanale from Samson & Delilah,  Camille Saint-Saens (arr. Philip Egner)

TICKETS: https://oregonsymphonicband.ticketspice.com/lets-dance-barlow-high-school?fbclid=IwAR05HNchVJtxhObA2JRgd5vOqKHc_9s3qU2EzZSSngt_qQwLusYrfbxvFWM_aem_AUNpi8s3qHE4a2LkVwF-pHCnXtyjwLqpjQjyElt-DggOZ44sD0qQMcVGP1b4xGfzj0Pmnme3HRClhzDlT1NZ7w1a

ABOUT THE OREGON SYMPHONIC BAND

The formal organization of the Oregon Symphonic Band took place in Portland, Oregon, in September 1986. The vision of the six founding members was to create not only a performance medium for adults to make music, but to set high standards for musical excellence. The ensemble has averaged sixty members since its first season. OSB has performed at various schools in the Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area as well as music conventions and conferences. It performed at such prestigious events as the Oregon Music Educators Conference, the All-Northwest MENC Convention, the Western International Band Clinic, and, in December 2006, was the first adult community band in Oregon invited to play at the Midwest Clinic in Chicago at its 60th year celebration. In December 2007, OSB was awarded the Sudler Silver Scroll Award by the John Phillip Sousa Foundation, recognizing OSB as one of the outstanding community bands in the United States.

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