Wind symphony concert

WWU music department presents end-of-year wind symphony concert.


On May 13th at 4 p.m, Walla Walla University’s wind symphony will perform their end of the year concert. This event is free and open to the community to come and listen to some great music performed by WWU musicians. Wind symphony features brass, woodwinds, and percussion instruments, and is conducted by Brandon Beck, associate professor of music. 

The music performed will include sacred pieces such as “Wayfaring Stranger” by Christopher Nelson and “Amazing Grace” by Frank Tichrli. Classical pieces will also be performed, including “Celebration Fanfare” and “Inventions From the Sacred Harp,” both composed by James Curnow. This concert proposes a compelling blend of sacred and classical music to showcase the talented musicians at WWU. The concert is free but the music department will be accepting donations. 

The concert will take place in the University Church at 212 SW. 4th St.


Brandon Beck conducting wind symphony