The Arizona Winds will kick off its 2014-2015 concert season on Sunday, November 2nd with a “Spooktacular” musical theme. The concert begins at 3:00 p.m. at Deer Valley High School, 18424 N 51st Ave in Glendale.
The Halloween weekend program conjures up chillers and thrillers galore from spooky music medleys to motion picture gang busters like "E.T", "Harry Potter" and "King Kong". "There's an amazing amount of program music to chose from in this genre", stated the band's musical director and conductor, Lt Col (USAF, Ret.) Rich Shelton. "The music is fun, challenging, and exciting. It will be a thrill-a-minute musical journey for the audience", Shelton continued.
The audience will enjoy many other popular "spooky" movie and musical themes throughout the concert including "Jaws", "The Witches of Eastick", "Dracula", "War of the Worlds", "Star Wars", "Spider Man", "Zorro", "The Phantom of the Opera", "The Lord of the Rings", "Night on Bald Mountain" and more.
The band’s season includes five more concerts following the November 2nd performance: December 7th, February 8th, March 22nd, and May 10th and 17th. For further information about this concert and future concerts, visit the band’s website at www.azwinds.com
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