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Bethel Wind Symphony Fall Concert: "American Faces"
Friday, November 8, 2013
|Location||Benson Great Hall|
|Directions||Maps and directions to Bethel University and Benson Great Hall|
|Cost||Free, no tickets required|
|Sponsors||Department of Music|
Camphouse, Heartland Sketches (2009)
Saucedo, Along An English Countryside (2012)
Hazo, Jubilateo (Fanfare and Allegro) (2013)
Holsinger, On a Southern Hymnsong (1993)
Bocook, Sacred Harp (2012)
Van der Roost, Ponte Romano (2001)
Stalter, Whirlybird (2013)
Lo Presti, Elegy for a Young American (1967)
arr. Hunsberger, Echoes of the 1860s (2001)
Copland/Beeler, Lincoln Portrait (1943)
Alumnus Josiah Austin Gulden (’08) is a versatile actor, singer, and voiceover artist currently based in the Twin Cities. His theatre experience includes Urinetown (Billeaux), A Funny Thing...Forum (Lycus) and Hamlet (Reynaldo) at the Jungle Theater; C. (multiple roles) at Theater Latté Da, Capital Crimes (Karpis) at the History Theatre, The Wizard of Oz (US Tin/Lion) at Children’s Theatre Company, The Scarlet Pimpernel (Percy/Pimpernel) and Master Class (Tenor) at the Bloomington Civic Theatre, and Jane Eyre (Rochester) at Bethel University (as a guest artist). He has appeared in concert with the Minnesota Orchestra and at the Ordway McKnight Theatre, and had his first role in a feature film, Branches, produced by the independent film company Region Zero. Josiah also recently lent his voice to Buffalo Wild Wings’ nationally-aired “Protect the Football” campaign.
Contact the Department of Music at 651.638.6380 or email@example.com.