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APSU Percussion Ensemble presents 20th Annual Halloween Concert Oct. 29

The music department will present its 20th Annual Halloween Concert, featuring the APSU Percussion Ensemble in full costume, at 6 and 8 p.m., Friday, Oct. 29, in the music/mass communication building concert theatre.

The program includes the Blue Man Groups Drumbone, Tales From the Farside, With Drums and Pipes, Sabre Dance, Junk Funk, Field of the Dead, Cymbalectomy, Pulse and Edgar Winters Frankenstein.

As always, no ones saying what conductor David Steinquest, professor of music, will be wearing.
The music department will present its 20th Annual Halloween Concert, featuring the APSU Percussion Ensemble in full costume, at 6 and 8 p.m., Friday, Oct. 29, in the music/mass communication building concert theatre.

The program includes the Blue Man Group's “Drumbone,” “Tales From the Farside,” “With Drums and Pipes,” “Sabre Dance,” “Junk Funk,” “Field of the Dead,” “Cymbalectomy,” “Pulse” and Edgar Winter's “Frankenstein.”

As always, no one's saying what conductor David Steinquest, professor of music, will be wearing.

However, we do know the Percussion Ensemble is getting a little help this year from Assistant Conductor Brandon Wilson, as well as the APSU Guitar Ensemble and its conductor, Dr. Stanley Yates, professor of music.

Admission is $3 or three canned food items to be donated to Loaves and Fishes. Children may bring items but will be admitted free.
—Rebecca Mackey