“Celebrating Parkland: Fabulous at 50!” is the title of the May 7 joint spring concert to be presented by the Parkland Concert Band and the Parkland Orchestra.
The 3 p.m. Sunday concert, to take place in Parkland’s Harold and Jean Miner Theatre, is free and open to the public.
Directed by Larry Stoner, the concert band will perform March for the Sultan Abdul Medjid by Giaochino Rossini, arranged by Douglas Townsend; Sheep May Safely Graze by Johann Sebastian Bach, arranged by Alfred Reed; First Suite in E♭ by Gustav Holst; Walking Tune by Percy Grainger, arranged by Larry Daehn; Olympia Hippodrome March by Russell Alexander; and The Quest by Robert W. Smith
The orchestra, directed by Rodney Mueller, will perform Fanfare and Celebration by Claude T. Smith; music from the film score Our Town by Aaron Copland; Sinfonie Nr. 8, the Unfinished, movement 1 by Franz Schubert; and Seventy Six Trombones from The Music Man by Meredith Willson.
For more information on Parkland College music performances, visit faa.parkland.edu/music/ensembles.html.