Flutist Anne Reynolds Joins DePauw Band for Sunday Afternoon Concert

Flutist Anne Reynolds Joins DePauw Band for Sunday Afternoon Concert

November 16, 2006

anne-reynolds.jpgNovember 16, 2006, Greencastle, Ind. - Anne Reynolds, professor of flute in the DePauw University School of Music, will be the featured soloist in Sunday's performance by the DePauw University Band. The 3 p.m. concert will take place in Kresge Auditorium of the Performing Arts Center and is free and open to all.

Student radio station WGRE will provide a tape-delayed broadcast of the performance at 9 p.m. Sunday.  Listen live by clicking here.

Reynolds will be performing "Rhapsody for Flute" by Stephen Bulla, who is the staff arranger for the U.S. Marine Band and Marine Chamber Orchestra. Also on the program is Thelonious Monk’s "Blue Monk" performed by the student saxophone quartet, and a wide variety of classic and contemporary works for band.

Anne Reynolds is the principal flutist of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, in addition to being a University Band 2006 3.jpgsolo recitalist and chamber musician. She has performed with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and the Philadelphia Orchestra. An active freelancer, she plays in orchestras for Broadway touring shows and is also a studio musician. A graduate of Indiana University, she has been a member of the DePauw University faculty since 1971.

The DePauw University Band, under the direction of Craig Paré, recently had three of its members selected to perform in Carnegie Hall with the National Wind Ensemble. The band is also scheduled to release its sixth compact disc, Brooklyn Bridge, later this month. Established ten years ago, the CD recording project allows students to receive professional recording experience while promoting quality band literature. Discs can be purchased through any retail outlet or from Mark Custom Recording Service.