Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Kevin Scott's "Fanfare from 'Hell's Angels'" A Winner in Dallas Wind Symphony Competition

[Kevin Scott, conductor, SUNY Orange Symphonic Band]

The conductor Kevin Scott made an email comment on the recent interview with Prof. Dominique-René de Lerma. That portion of his message has been posted. Here is the complete email:

"Dear Bill: Thanks for the plug. I hope to get volume 2 of Ulysses Kay's music as soon as I can find the funds! In the meantime, I did write some music for a new production of Chekov's The Cherry Orchard, which is being done this weekend and next at SUNY Orange in Middletown.

"In April of next year, my Fanfare from 'Hell's Angels' (inspired by the 1930 Howard Hughes movie) will be premiered by the brass section of the Dallas Wind Symphony. It was one of seven winners in the DWS's 10th annual Fanfare Competition. Those are the updates for now. More to come (we hope!) Yours, Kevin Scott

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