October 18, 2014, 9:30 am
OCRS 40th Anniversary Celebration
Please join us for a day of music and festivities at the beautiful Duck Club in Irvine. We will premiere “Fanfare for the 40th”, by Glen Shannon, a well-known composer of recorder gems, commissioned just for this anniversary. Prof. Leslie Timmons, from Utah State University will conduct.
Find our more about our 40th Anniversary Celebration!
Register by Sunday, October 12 on Eventbrite or through Susan Mason.
Note: There will be no meeting October 10; the Celebration is our activity for the month.
The Duck Club at the Irvine Ranch Water District’s Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary Campus is located at 15 Riparian View in Irvine. This is near the intersection of Campus Drive and University Drive. To view the location of The Duck Club, go to www.google.com/maps. Search for: The Duck Club, Irvine, CA.
You must enter Riparian View from off Campus Drive. If you are travelling SE on Campus Drive from Jamboree Road, make a U-turn at University Drive and then make the first right turn onto Riparian View.
Please review the pdf file at http://www.irwd.com/images/pdf/education/SJWS%20Map%20Aug%202012.pdf. The pdf file contains two pages: A map of the area and further driving directions from the 405 freeway to The Duck Club.
Coffee and light refreshments will be served beginning at 9:30 a.m., and the program will begin at 10:00 a.m.
PDF files for some of the sheet music that will be played during the day are available below. You do not need to print any of the sheet music since copies will be provided at the event.
You do not need to bring any tickets that your confirming email from Eventbrite.com may have referred to.
See you at the event!
Here is the Fanfare for those of you who would like to practice it before the Celebration:
Here is some of the music we will be playing. This is just a preview. Paper copies of all music will be handed out at the meeting.
Note to bass players: One of the pieces is a SAT trio, so please bring one of those instruments if you can, as well as your bass.
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