A wide range of music from contemporary jazz to hymns set to a pop forum and mixed with some traditional pieces. Memorable performaces by twenty of Biola's top brass and percussion students.
- Jupiter from the Planets by Holst
- Canzona a 12 by Gabrielli
- Sing, Sing, Sing by Prima/Snedecor
- Barber of Seville Overture by Rossini/Allen
- Girl with the Flaxen Hair by Debussy/Allen
- Earl of Oxford's March by William Byrd/Howarth
- Overture to Light Cavalry by Suppe/Marlatt
- Pie in the Face Polka by arr. Joles
- Believe Me If All Those Endearing Love Charms by Trad/Mahpar
How to Audition
Auditions are held during Orientation Week, usually Tuesday and Wednesday. Audition Sign up Sheets are posted on the door of Room 114 in Crowell Hall (Conductor Mr. Robert Feller's office door).
To audition, prepare two pieces of contrasting style, demonstrating both ends of your abilities. Two movements of a Concerto; a slow movement demonstrating your lyrical abilities, and a faster movement demonstrating your technical abilities is preferred. If two movements of a Concerto are not available, two contrasting Etudes will suffice.