- $9 for one ticket to see Colorado Wind Ensemble presents Southern Comforts with David Kish (up to $16 value)
- When: Saturday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m.
- Where: King Center for the Performing Arts
- General admission
- Door time: 7 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
Colorado Wind Ensemble Presents Southern Comforts with David Kish
- The Theme: fresh arrangements of classics from the American South
- Notable Guests: music professor, writer, and conductor Dr. David Kish leads the ensemble
- Highlights: The program opens with Morton Gould’s American Salute and then delves deeper into the South with Donald Grantham’s Southern Harmony and Don Freund’s Jug Blues and Fat Pickin’ before finishing up with a rendition of Himes’s Amazing Grace.
Colorado Wind Ensemble
"A wind ensemble is much like a traditional concert band," explains the Colorado Wind Ensemble on their website, "but each musician plays more as a soloist within a large group rather than as one member of a large section playing the same part." That approach folds neatly into the group's mission: to create opportunities for performers to share their talents, while also presenting programs that entertain audiences. To that end, their concerts encompass a wide range of musical styles and eras, from Renaissance and Baroque club hits to military marches and contemporary arrangements. It's proven a winning combination—the ensemble has engaged listeners for more than 30 seasons.