University Wind Orchestra Presents Inclusivity of Wind Music

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Dec. 1 | 7:30 pm | University Theatre

The University of Lethbridge Wind Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Chee Meng Low, presents a concert of wind band performance that reflects themes of inclusivity and belonging.

Program offerings include compositions by renowned and emerging composers including  Nishimura and Kelly, winner of the Canadian Band Association Howard Cable Memorial Prize in composition, a piece by Omar Thomas that celebrates the bravery of trans women, and a piece by Australian composer Jodie Blackshaw, inspired by the shape, spirit, and history of Australia's magnanimous waterway, the Murray River (the Wiradjuri people of the Albury-Wodonga region call the river 'Millewa').

To experience this live performance, tickets are available at 
Tickets are $20 adult, $15 seniors and alumni, $12 student

All individuals aged 12 and over accessing our campus are required to be vaccinated, this includes all members of public attending our performances and events. The Government of Alberta has launched a vaccine record service and has created QR code to help identify vaccinated Albertans. Event attendees will be asked to show this proof and photo ID, prior to entering any venue. Attendees who cannot provide this attestation will be refused entry and no refunds will be issued.

Masks are Mandatory on campus and in all performance venues, for the full duration of the performance.

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