NDSU Wind Symphony
November 9, 2012 -- The North Dakota State University Wind Symphony is pleased to announce a campus visit by composer David Maslanka, best known for his wind ensemble pieces. Maslanka will be present at the Wind Symphony Concert on Tuesday, December 4 at 7:30 PM in Festival Concert Hall.
Maslanka has written more than 40 works for wind ensemble, including Symphonies 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, and 9, 12 concertos, a Mass, and many concert pieces. His wind chamber music includes four wind quintets, two saxophone quartets, and many works for solo instrument and piano. In addition, he has written a variety of orchestral and choral pieces.
While at NDSU, Maslanka will guest lecture in several music courses. "A Conversation with David Maslanka," set to take place at 3 PM on Monday, December 3 in Beckwith Recital Hall, is open to the public.
David Maslanka is a freelance composer. For more information, please visit www.ndsu.edu/finearts or call 701.231.7969.
Monday, December 3
"A Conversation with David Maslanka," 3 PM, Beckwith Recital Hall. Free and open to the public.
Tuesday, December 4
Wind Symphony Concert, 7:30 PM, Festval Concert Hall. Adults: $5, Students/Seniors $2.