Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble
Performance
Hop on Tour

Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble

live at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall
November 05, 2023

This event occurred as part of the 23/24 Hop Ensemble season. This is an archived view.

The ensemble brings the Mexican Repertoire Initiative to the storied Boston hall, alongside guest conductor Luis Manuel Sánchez and musicians from the UNAM Banda Sinfonica.

23/24 Hop Ensemble

The program of the Americas, entitled Be Glad Then, America will feature Ciudad Dormitorio by UNAM student Erick Tapia and In the Night, We Saw a Shadow, a work from the inaugural Composition Competition by Boston resident, Emi Nishida, ahead of launching the second round of the competition.

The Mexican Repertoire Initiative is a musical, cultural and diplomatic initiative committed to bringing Mexican repertoire to the international stage, providing opportunities for Mexican composers, combating institutionalized racism in educational and professional performing ensembles, and bringing artists together across borders.

Brian Messier, director

Photo: Katie Lenhart

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