Community mourns concert promoter Don Dorshimer who died suddenly at 56
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25, at Louisiana’s New Orleans Arena. Now in its eight year, Aldean’s 2013 “Concert for the Cure” event will take place at a venue where his Night Train Tour was a sell-put, according to an Oct. 5 missive from the entertainer’s PR camp. Throughout the year, Aldean –who is nominated for the CMA’s Entertainer of the Year trophy for the third time — sets aside 50 cents of each concert ticket sold, then selects one show market in October and donates all proceeds to its local Susan G. Komen affiliate. “Last year. the Komen New Orleans team needed a little over $1 million to meet all their needs, but they were only able to fund about half of that,” Aldean said. “If we raise the half a million that we did last year in Dallas, we’ll be able to help these women meet their goal and provide the services the town needs.” Now celebrating a second week atop the Billboard chart with his 12th No. 1 single, “Night Train,” Aldean landed three nods in this year’s CMA Awards, which will be held Nov. 6, including Male Vocalist of the Year and Musical Event of the Year for “The Only Way I Know” featuring Luke Bryan and Eric Church. For now, though, the Georgia-born performer’s mind is not on trophy wins, but on helping others via this month’s “Concert for the Cure.” “I can’t wait to see an arena full of pink in support of such a great cause!” he exclaimed. Video bonus: To see Aldean’s official “Night Train” music video, please access the clip embedded with this post. Suggested by the author
Concert to feature new, familiar pieces
Its weird right now he was very complimentary of me, and was thanking me for everything I had done. We talked about all the plans we had. He was thinking about the future. He didnt call me at all Friday. He usually calls me 40 times a day. I knew something was wrong. Services for Dorshimer will take place at The Orbit Room at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11. Friends gathered at The Orbit Room Sunday night for a sold-out concert by heavy rock band Five Finger Death Punch. Smith said former Orbit Room manager Ron Clause, who now works at the Detroit office of concert promoter Live Nation, and Phil Ober, Cleveland-based general manager at Live Nation, gathered at the venue to show support. For now, Smith said it will be business as usual at The Orbit Room, which has six concerts on its fall schedule, including Danzig, Megadeth, Lamb of God, Coheed and Cambria, Asking Alexandria and the Suicide Girls burlesque tour.
The Concert Band, conducted by Hawkeye Marching Band Director Kevin Kastens, and featuring guest conductors Carl Rowles and Eric Bush, will perform A Festival Prelude by Alfred Reed, Shadow Rituals by Michael Markowski, Nessun Dorma by Giacomo Puccini (arr. Les Taylor), and Symphonic Dance #3 Fiesta by Clifton Williams. Amy Schendel, UI assistant professor of trumpet, will feature on the Puccini piece. Richard Mark Heidel, director of UI bands, will conduct the Symphony Band in Italian in Algiers by Gioacchino Rossini (trans. Lucien Cailliet), Trauermusik by Richard Wagner (ed. Votta and Boyd), Flourishes and Meditations on a Renaissance Theme by Michael Gandolfi, A Movement for Rosa by Mark Camphouse (with Kevin Kessler as guest conductor), and The Gallant Seventh by John Philip Sousa (arr. Frederick Fennell). Kevin Kastens Kastens is associate director of bands and director of the Hawkeye Marching Band. As a professor in the School of Music, he teaches marching band techniques, band arranging, and conducts the Concert Band. Prior to his appointment at Iowa in July 1998, Kastens served for five years as the associate director of bands at the University of Missouri-Columbia and for six years as assistant director of bands at Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. Kastens has had numerous articles published on various topics of instrumental music education, as well as musical works published by BRS Music and C.L. Barnhouse.
Symphony, Concert Bands to share Oct. 9 concert
The upcoming concert is not only an opportunity for students to enjoy a performance put on by their peers, but a chance to highlight the musical talents of several UA students. The concert will showcase the talents of many students from various backgrounds, ages, majors and experience, as well as highlight musical selections that are vibrant, aggressive, soulful and fun, Todd said. With their performance, the two bands seek to engage people of all musical preferences, from contemporary pop to rock to classical, while simultaneously dispelling the connotation associated with symphonic and concert bands. When people hear the terms symphonic band and concert band, they automatically think of older, classical music, Randall Coleman, associate director of bands and conductor of the symphonic and concert bands, said. This presents a challenge since most college students prefer to listen to new songs on the radio. However, I think our program successfully encompasses many different musical tastes by providing fast-paced, contemporary music thats easy to listen to. Similarly, Todd said the symphonic bands and concert bands are much more relatable than most people realize. They are not limited to older music, and students will be surprised to find that many of the pieces in the concert will be familiar to them. This concert will provide sounds that are familiar and recognizable, as well as some that are new and different, Todd said. The overarching goal of the concert is to promote the Alabama symphonic band and Alabama concert band, and by extension the music program as a whole. The concert allows the bands an outlet for their hard work, and ticket sales will benefit the music program. Weve worked hard to present a quality program, and we wont disappoint, Christopher Henley, a freshman majoring in organ performance and a guest member of the symphonic band, said.