Guild of Bands Fall 2021 Program

Prof. David Murray, Faculty Advisor

Friday, December 3, 2021 at 7 p.m. | McNeir Hall, New North Building | Georgetown University Music Program


Maxwell Bronfeld ’22, Lucien Carbonneau ’22

Nikita Khatri ’22

Kian Blewett ’23, Jabari Butler ’22, Seamus Masterson ’22

Amanda Estevez ’23

Francis Tseng ’25

Joel-Anthony Bossous ’23, Chendi Liu ’24, Ford Middendorf ’24, Jean-Paul Nguyen ’24

Katelyn Barr ’22

Anna Schiff ’23, Jake Simon ’22, Boxan Wu ’23


Saturday, December 4 at 2 p.m.

World Percussion Ensemble

Prof. David Murray, Faculty Advisor

Featuring original compositions and arrangements by members of the WPE

McNeir Hall, New North Building

Free, Register on Eventbrite.

Saturday, December 4 at 7:30 p.m.

Songs Through the Darkness: Terrorism and 9/11 in Italy and US

Presented by Mario Gerolamo Mossa, PhD candidate in Italian Studies
Department of Philology, Literature, and Language; University of Pisa
Sponsored by the Department of Italian and Music Program

This event presents the research of Mario Gerolamo Mossa, a doctoral candidate at the University of Pisa, examining the musical impact of terrorism and September 11th both on Italian and American singer-songwriters such as Francesco De Gregori, Ermal Meta, Bruce Springsteen, Steve Earle, and Alan Jackson. Mossa will be joined in performance by Georgetown University students Anna Schiff, Boxuan Wu, Jake Simon, and by Georgetown Professor Francesco Ciabattoni and Dr. Giulia Zanini.

FREE, Register on Eventbrite.

Monday, December 6 at 7:30 p.m.

Hosted by the Georgetown University Concert Choir
Prof. Frederick Binkholder, Conductor
with soloists from the Washington National Opera Cafritz Young Artist Program
Suzannah Waddington, soprano

Hannah Shea, mezzo-soprano

Duke Kim, tenor
Jonathan Bryan, baritone

and Modern Musick

Messiah Sing-Along

Though masked, we will ring in the Holiday Season with a singing of the Christmas portion of Handel’s famous oratorio. Professor Frederick Binkholder and professional soloists and orchestra will lead the gathered ensemble through the choruses of Part I: “And the Glory of the Lord,” “And He shall Purify,” “Glory to God,” “O thou that Tellest,” “His yoke is easy” and “Hallelujah.” In keeping with the philanthropic tradition of this work, donations will be accepted with all proceeds going to the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center.

FREE, Register on Eventbrite.

Full vaccination documentation and masks required. Bring a score, or digital version will be provided. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.