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LSWO Performs at the Midwest Clinic
The Lone Star Wind Orchestra (LSWO) performed at the prestigious Midwest Clinic on December 20, 2012 in Chicago, IL. Under the direction of Music Director Eugene Migliaro Corporon and guest conductor Leonard Slatkin (Music Director, Detroit Symphony Orchestra), the LSWO performed to a packed hall of over 2,500 people. We are appreciative to the many generous donors from Kickstarter and other funds for allowing this memorable performance to happen!
The Lone Star Wind Orchestra’s program was:
Quotes from the performance…
“The 2012 LSWO Midwest performance was the most exquisite wind band concert I have ever experienced! Thank you for your passionate, bold and affecting performance!” – David Law, Midwest Clinic Attendee
“The most fun I’ve ever had on stage. Thanks to an incredible ensemble (and staff), a wonderful audience, amazing guest artists, and the greatest conductors I’ve ever played for. I couldn’t have asked for anything more.” - Michael Reed, LSWO Percussion
“Very seldom does a concert have the power to make everyone involved a better musician and person. This was one of those uniquely special events. The musicality and level of commitment demonstrated by everyone was nothingshort of fantastic.” - Eugene Migliaro Corporon, LSWO Music Director and Conductor
The Midwest Clinic exists for educational purposes exclusively; to raise the standards of music education; to improve the methods employed in music education; to develop new teaching techniques; to disseminate to school music teachers, directors, supervisors, and others interested in music education information to assist in their professional work; to examine, analyze and appraise literature dealing with music; to hold clinics, lectures, and demonstrations for the betterment of music education; and in general, to assist teachers and others interested in music education in better pursuing their profession.