Wellston Winds September 17, 2017 Concert at Houston County High School Auditorium – FREE ADMISSION

September 17, 2017 by  
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wellston windsThe Wellston Winds kicks off the WRCCA season with a FREE concert for the Warner Robins community!  Under the direction of conductor C. Lloyd McDonald, The Wellston Winds is middle Georgia’s premier instrumental ensemble.  From light to serious, the concert will feature something for everyone to enjoy.  Col. Ray Toler, USAF (Ret.), former commander of the Band of the Air Force Reserve at RAFB, will return to Warner Robins to lead several selections with the band.

Adrian Gnam Woodwind Quintet – February 11, 2018

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gnam oboeMaestro Adrian Gnam, a former principal oboist of the Cleveland Orchestra, Music Director Emeritus of the Macon Symphony Orchestra, and Distinguished Artist in Residence at Mercer University Townsend School of Music, will perform and direct an outstanding array of double reed musicians, including former and present Mercer students and local professional oboists, English hornists and bassoonists.  They will present an exciting variety of music from the Baroque to Contemporary period, including some special arrangements by Warner Robins’ own oboist Nestor Jaenz. This guarentees to be a most unique and unusual performance, one you don’t want to miss!.

 

RESCHEDULED Rachel Eve Holmes, Soprano, with Catherine Giel – March 18, 2018

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Rachel_Eve_Holmes_sopranoRachel Eve Holmes is an exciting young soprano, recently described as, “expressive and subtle, with a stunning instrument.” A Georgia native, Holmes’ performing career has taken her to Bruges, Belgium; Shanghai, China; Novafeltria, Italy, as well as all over the United States. Comfortable across many genres, she is active in the choral world in opera, musical theatre, and music education.

Miguel Castro and Guests, Percussion – April 15, 2018

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miguelcastro-webMiguel Castro, master drummer-percussionist, is Director of Percussion Studies and Jazz Band at Middle Georgia College and the Percussion Coordinator of the Houston County School System. Castro holds a master’s degree in Music Performance from the Conservatorio Nacional de Musica in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. With world-wide performances and hundreds of recording credits, Castro brings a wealth of experience that ensures an exciting and entertaining performance of percussion music from around the world.  Miguel Castro and friends will provide a fantastic end to our concert season!