Annual Po-Hi Spring Concert Set for Tuesday May 17

Ponca City Public Schools - May 17, 2022 6:28 am

Ponca City Schools Concert Hall

The Po-Hi Symphonic Band under the direction of Interim Director of Bands, Andrew Orr, will be presenting their annual Spring Concert and Final Concert of the 2021-2022 school year on Tuesday, May 17 at 7 p.m. in the Ponca City Schools Concert Hall on Overbrook.

The Concert also will feature Guest Conductors/Assistant Band Directors, Connor Pratt and Britany Lawrence, as well as Joshua Chrisman, Student Teacher, from Southwestern Oklahoma State University, and Po-Hi alum (2017).

The program will include many diverse selections and standards in the Wind Band repertoire, including;

Salvation Is Created – Pavel Chesnokov, Arr. Michael Brown
Marche Diabolique – Brian Balmages                                                                                                                   Pinnacle – Rob Grice
Dusk – Steven Bryant
Strange Humors (featuring the Po-Hi Saxophone Quartet) – John Mackey
A Disney Spectacular – Arranged by John Moss
Undertow – John Mackey
Jungle Dance – Brian Balmages
Tempest Rising – David Shaffer

Americans We – Henry Fillmore

The Band Program would like to thank Shelley Arrott, Superintendent of Ponca City Public Schools, Paula R. Cochran, Instrumental Music Coordinator, the Po-Hi Administrative Team, and the Instrumental Music Parents Association for their support throughout the school year.

The community is cordially invited to attend this free concert. Doors open at 6:00 pm.


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