Bethel Wind Symphony Fall Concert: "American Faces"

Date Friday, November 8, 2013
7:30 p.m.
Location Benson Great Hall
Directions Maps and directions to Bethel University and Benson Great Hall
Cost Free, no tickets required
Sponsors Department of Music

Event Description

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.

Questions?

Contact the Department of Music at 651.638.6380 or music@bethel.edu.