Chronology of Repertoire

Spring 2020

There were no performances after March 01, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thursday, 06 February 2020

This concert was in collaboration with the Choir from UC's African American Cultural and Resource Center 
Eric Watford, Conductor and Program Coordinator of the AACRC
Ewaniki Moore-Hawkins, Director of the AACRC

  • Advanced Concert Band
  • Conductors: Christopher Nichter and Nicholas Angelis
  • Theme: "Music for Wind Band by African American Composers" in celebration of Black History Month
  • TUC Atrium
    • FANFARE FOR FREEDOM by Quincy Hilliard
    • AMERICAN HYMNSONG SUITE by Dwayne Milburn
    • SCHERZO from "Afro-American Symphony" by William Grant Still/trans. Robert O'Brien
    • SAINT LOUIS BLUES by W.C. Handy/as performed by James Reese Europe/arr. James Lamb
    • LOVE ON TOP as performed by Beyoncé/arr. John Leonard

Sunday, 01 March 2020

This concert was in collaboration with the UC Hepcats.

  • Jazz Band
  • Conductor: Ander Peterson
  • TUC Atrium
    • TAKE THE “A” TRAIN arr. Vince Gassi
    • A STRING OF PEARLS as performed by The Glenn Miller Orchestra, trans. Myles Collins
    • LITTLE BROWN JUG as performed by The Glenn Miller Orchestra, trans. Myles Collins
 
  • Advanced Jazz Band
  • Conductor: Ander Peterson
  • TUC Atrium
    • IN A MELLOW TONE as performed by The Buddy Rich Big Band, arr. Oliver Nelson
    • IT’S OH, SO NICE by Sammy Nestico
    • A LITTLE MINOR BOOZE as performed by The Stan Kenton Orchestra, by Willie Maiden
    • HARLEM AIRSHAFT as performed by The Duke Ellington Orchestra, trans. David Berger
    • IN THE MOOD as performed by The Glenn Miller Orchestra, by Joe Garland

Fall 2019

Thursday, 12 December 2019

  • Fall Concert Band
  • Conductor: Krista Mulcahy
  • TUC Great Hall (moved from CCM Corbett Auditorium)
    • A CHRISTMAS CAROL by Alan Silvestri/arr. Brian Sadler
    • BUGLER'S HOLIDAY by Leroy Anderson
    • EMMANUEL VARIANTS by Robert Foster
    • STILLE NACHT arr. Chip Davis & Robert Longfield
    • DREIDEL DANCE by Robert Thurston
    • CELTIC CAROL by Robert W. Smith

Thursday, 12 December 2019

  • Fall Jazz Band
  • Conductor: Ander Peterson
  • TUC Great Hall (moved from CCM Corbett Auditorium)
    • RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER arr. Chris Sharp
    • GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN arr. Alan Baylock
    • THE CREEPER by Neal Hefti
    • GOD REST YE MAMBO, GENTLEMEN arr. Greg Moody
    • SLEIGH RIDE by Leroy Anderson/arr. John LaBarbera
    • JOY TO THE WORLD arr. Rich DeRosa

Spring 2019

Thursday, 02 May 2019

  • Advanced Concert Band
  • Conductors: Christopher Nichter, Nicholas Angelis
  • CCM Corbett Auditorium
  • Brass, pre-concert: OVERTURE to Dancer in the Dark by Bjork, arr. Vince Mendoza
  • Woodwinds, pre-concert: MINUET [1] from Serenade in E-flat Major, K. 375 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart/ed. Christopher Nichter
    • HIGH ADVENTURE by Randol A. Bass
    • SACTUARY by Frank Ticheli
    • THE PATH BETWEEN THE MOUNTAINS by Jay Kennedy
    • GIVE US THIS DAY, Short Symphony for Wind Ensemble by David Maslanka
    • MARCH from Holst Suite in E-flat for Military Band by Gustav Holst (guest conducted by Dr. Terren L. Frenz)
 
  • Concert Band
  • Conductors: Krista Mulcahy, Ander Peterson
  • CCM Corbett Auditorium
    • DANSE BACCHANALE by Camille Saint-Saens, arr. Jay Bocook
    • RIFTEN WED by Julie Giroux
    • WITH PLEASURE by John Philip Sousa, ed. Robert E. Foster
    • HOBBITS from Symphony No. 1, The Lord of the Rings by Johan de Meij
    • RIDE by Samuel R. Hazo

Thursday, 07 February 2019

  • Advanced Concert Band
  • Conductors: Christopher Nichter and Nicholas Angelis
  • TUC Atrium
    • HIGH ADVENTURE by Randol Bass
    • REVELRY by William Pitts
    • SHEPHERD'S HEY by Percy Grainger/ed. Mark Rogers
    • OVERTURE to Candide by Leonard Bernstein/trans. Clare Grundman
    • SUPERMAN MARCH by John Williams/trans. Paul Lavender

Wednesday, 24 April 2019

  • Advanced Jazz Band
  • Conductors: Ander Peterson, Krista Mulcahy
  • UC Kresge Auditorium
    • GREETINGS AND SALUTATIONS as recorded by the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra, by Thad Jones
    • SONG OF THE VOLGA BOATMEN as played by the Glenn Miller Orchestra, trans. Myles Collins
    • THAT WARM FEELING as recorded by the Count Basie Orchestra, by Sammy Nestico
    • AMERICAN PATROL as played by the Glenn Miller Orchestra, trans. Myles Collins
    • US as recorded by the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra, by Thad Jones
    • THERE'S THE RUB as recorded by Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band, by Gordon Goodwin
 
  • Jazz Band
  • Conductors: Ander Peterson, Krista Mulcahy
  • UC Kresge Auditorium
    • BLUES IN HOSS FLAT arr. Mark Taylor
    • FEELS SO GOOD arr. Victor Lopez
    • JUMP, JIVE, AND WAIL arr. Roger Holmes
    • PENNSYLVANIA 6-5000 as recorded by the Glenn Miller Orchestra, trans. Jeff Hest
    • AFTER SUPPER as recorded by the Count Basie Orchestra, by Neil Hefti
    • THE CRESCENT CITY STOMP by Eric Richards

Fall 2018

Thursday, 13 December 2018

  • Fall Concert Band
  • Conductor: Krista Mulcahy
  • CCM Corbett Auditorium
    • FANTASIA ON A 13TH CENTURY CAROL by James Hosay
    • PATAPAN arr. Shelley Hanson
    • THE EIGHTH CANDLE by Steve Reisteter
    • AVE MARIA by Franz Schubert/arr. Ticheli
    • SLEIGH RIDE by Leroy Anderson
    • BELLS OF FIRE arr. Brian Sadler

Thursday, 13 December 2018

  • Fall Jazz Band
  • Conductor: Ander Peterson
  • CCM Corbett Auditorium
    • ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH arr. Ralph Carmichael
    • WINTER WONDERLAND arr. Dave Wolpe
    • SNOWBALL (Waltz of the Snowflakes) arr. Shorty Rogers
    • OVERTURE from The Nutcracker arr. Edward Ellington & William Strayhorn
    • CHRISTMAS TIME IS HERE arr. Rick Hirsch
    • DECK THE HALLS arr. Tom Kubis
    • JINGLE BELLS arr. Ernie Wilkins

Spring 2018

Tuesday, 19 April 2018

  • Beginning Band
  • Conductor: Krista Mulcahy
  • Rockwern Band Center
    • MARCH ACROSS THE SEAS by Bruce Pearson & Ryan Nowlin
    • BANANA BOAT SONG arr. Pearson & Nowlin
    • INDIGO ROCK by Pearson & Nowlin
    • IN THE HALL OF THE MOUNTAIN KING by Edvard Grieg arr. unknown
    • AFRICAN ADVENTURE by Robert Sheldon
    • LEAN ON ME by Bill Withers/arr. Scott Blood

Tuesday, 10 April 2018

  • Bearcat Tuesday Concert Band
  • Conductors: Christopher Nichter, Nicholas Angelis, Ander Peterson, Krista Mulcahy
  • Cincinnati School for Creative and Performing Arts
    • THE HOUNDS OF SPRING by Alfred Reed
    • SEA SONGS by Ralph Vaughan Williams
    • AN ORIGINAL SUITE by Gordon Jacob
    • YORKSHIRE BALLAD by James Barnes
    • BRITISH EIGHTH MARCH by Zo Elliott
 
  • Bearcat Thursday Concert Band
  • Conductors: Christopher Nichter, Nicholas Angelis, Krista Mulcahy, Caleb Moen
  • Cincinnati School for Creative and Performing Arts
    • BEYOND THE HORIZON by Rossano Galante
    • BAYOU BREAKDOWN by Brant Karrick
    • JOY from Awakening by Joseph Curiale
    • REST by Frank Ticheli
    • TIGHT SQUEEZE by Alex Shapiro
    • OF SAILORS AND WHALES, Mvts. I & V by W. Francis McBeth

Wednesday, 25 April 2018

  • Bearcat Late Jazz Band
  • Conductor: Ander Peterson
  • Roger Bacon High School
    • APRIL IN PARIS by Vernon Duke & Yip Harburg
    • CARIBBEAN CLIPPER by Jerry Gray
    • A NIGHTINGALE SANG IN BERKELEY SQUARE arr. Mike Tomaro
    • WOODCHOPPER'S BALL by Woody Herman & Joe Bishop
    • MEAN TO ME arr. Nelson Riddle
    • BEYOND THE SEA arr. Frank Mantooth
    • PARISIAN THOROUGHFARE arr. Mark Taylor
 
  • Bearcat Early Jazz Band
  • Conductor: Ander Peterson
  • Roger Bacon High School
    • 720 IN THE BOOKS arr. Jack Mason
    • ACRONYM BLUES by Doug Beach
    • GIRL TALK arr. Johnny Warrington
    • WITCHCRAFT arr. Dave Wolpe
    • SATIN DOLL arr. Sammy Nestico
    • 'TAIN'T WHAT YOU DO by Sy Oliver & James Young

Tuesday, 17 April 2018

  • Mixed Woodwind and Brass Ensembles
  • Conductor: Christopher Nichter
  • Rockwern Band Center
    • FANFARE FOR THE COMMON MAN for brass ensemble by Aaron Copland
    • CANZON SEPTIMI TONI NO. 2 for antiphonal brass ensemble by Giovanni Gabrieli/ed. King
    • YE BANKS AND BRAES O’ BONNIE DOON for woodwind ensemble by Percy Grainger
    • OVERTURE FOR WOODWINDS for woodwind ensemble by Philip Sparke