Concert Band announces 2012 Great Lakes Tour

Free tickets are available for the home concert May 11


Date Posted: May 7, 2012

2012 Great Lakes Concert Band Tour

MILWAUKEE – The Wisconsin Lutheran College Concert Band, under the direction of Prof. Terry S. Treuden, will kick off its 2012 Great Lakes Tour with a home concert Friday, May 11 at 8 p.m. in the Schwan Concert Hall. The tour continues May 21-24 with stops in Michigan and Ohio.

The band's 2012 tour program opens with Montana Fanfare by Austrian composer Thomas Doss. The program includes Sag Harbor Sunset by Robert Sheldon, a piece inspired by the beautiful sunsets along the shores of Long Island. The second half of the program features the music of Duke Ellington and George Gershwin. The program concludes with John Philip Sousa's Liberty Bell March.

The Schwan Concert Hall is located in the college's Center for Arts and Performance, 8815 W. Wisconsin Ave. The home concert is free, but seats need to be reserved through the box office by calling 414.443.8802 or visiting in person.

Wisconsin Lutheran College is an independent Christian college in Milwaukee that is recognized for its academic excellence and Christian leadership tenets.

2012 Spring Band Tour Schedule

Friday, May 11
8 p.m. Home Concert

Center for Arts and Performance Schwan Concert Hall
8815 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
For more information, call 414.443.8802

Monday, May 21
7 p.m. Concert

Grace Lutheran Church and School
404 E. Glenlord Road
St. Joseph, Michigan
For more information, call 269.429.4941

Tuesday, May 22
7:30 p.m. Concert

Bay City State Theatre
913 Washington Avenue
Bay City, Michigan
Hosted by St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church
For more information, call 989.684.6791

Wednesday, May 23
7 p.m. Joint Concert
with the WELS Concert
Band of SE Michigan

Huron Valley Lutheran High School
33740 Cowan
Westland, Michigan
For more information, call 734.525.0160

Thursday, May 24
7 p.m. Concert

Immanuel Lutheran Church
2300 Northridge Road
Findlay, Ohio
For more information, call 419.422.8209