Guitarist Eric Cabalo to Perform with Symphonic Winds

Program to include Tirao's Conciertango for Guitar and Wind Band
May 12, 2018

Eric Cabalo

Classical guitarist Eric Cabalo will perform Argentinian composer Cacho Tirao’s Conciertango Buenos Aires with the Sonoma State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble on May 12 at Weill Hall. The 7:30 pm concert will feature performances by the SSU Concert Band and Delta College Symphonic Band. 

Cabalo, an award-winning guitarist and educator, is the director of Classical Guitar at Sonoma State and owner of Cabalo Guitar Studio in Santa Rosa.

The program includes Holst’s Second Suite and works by Bach, Bernstein, Chattaway, Copland, Daughtrey, Ellerby, and Maslanka. Music major Zachary Newbegin will perform Tommy Pedersen’s bass trombone showpiece entitled Blue Topaz. Andy Collinsworth conducts.

Weill Hall at Sonoma State’s Green Music Center is located two miles east of Highway 101 on Rohnert Park Expressway near the intersection of Petaluma Hill Road. 

Program

SSU Concert Band
Andy Collinsworth, conductor
Chattaway | Parade of the Tall Ships
Holst | Suite No. 2 in F
O’Connor | …nite ridin’ on th’ river  Tom O’Connor

Delta College Symphonic Band
Meryl Wamhoff, conductor
Sousa | The Liberty Bell
Daughtrey | Such Small Things
JS Bach | Prelude and Fugue in D minor
Ellerby | New World Dances

SSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble
Andy Collinsworth, conductor
Bernstein | Overture to Candide
Copland | Emblems
Pedersen | Blue Topaz, Zachary Newbegin, bass trombone
Tirao | Conciertango Buenos Aires, Eric Cabalo, guitar
Maslanka | Finale from Symphony No. 2