Entries tagged with ‘James Patrick Miller’

Gustavus Musicians and Faculty Featured at MMEA Conference

Performances at the conference include the Gustavus Wind Orchestra as well as ensembles conducted by Heidi Johanna Miller and Dave Stamps. James Patrick Miller will be inducted into Phi Beta Mu, the International Bandmasters Fraternity.

Gustavus Wind Orchestra Headed to Sweden and Norway

The Gustavus Wind Orchestra, under the direction of James Patrick Miller, continues the celebration of its 140th season with a concert tour of Sweden and Norway.

Winds of Christmas Celebrates Community at Gustavus

The Gustavus Wind Orchestra and Gustavus Wind Orchestra welcome the Christmas season with the annual community concert.

Fall Concerts Abound!

The Gustavus music department will be a bustling place for the next two weeks as fall concerts and the Björling Music Festival take over performance spaces on campus. All concerts are free and the public is encouraged to attend.

Gustavus Wind Orchestra selected to perform at MMEA Conference

The Gustavus Wind Orchestra is one of three collegiate-level wind bands selected to perform in February.

Joint Wind Concert Set for Saturday

The Gustavus Wind Symphony and Gustavus Wind Orchestra will present a joint concert on Saturday, March 11 at 1:30 p.m. in Bjorling Recital Hall.

Gustavus Wind Orchestra Welcomes Guest Conductor Timothy Mahr on Saturday

The Gustavus Wind Orchestra, under interim conductor James Patrick Miller, welcomes guest conductor Timothy Mahr to Christ Chapel for its final 2009 performance on Saturday, May 2. The concert includes a premiere performance of This Dark World by junior David Mann, and soloists Hanna Schutte, xylophone and Abbie Johnson, piccolo. The concert begins at 3:30 p.m. in Christ Chapel and is open to the public at no charge.

Gustavus Winds Welcome Interim Conductor James Patrick Miller Sunday

The Gustavus and Vasa Wind Orchestras are pleased to welcome interim conductor James Patrick Miller for a concert in Christ Chapel, Sunday, March 15, beginning at 1:30 p.m. This performance is free and open to the public.