In addition lớn performing, Southeast Missouri State University students will take the stage conducting & premiering a composition in the Wind Symphony và Concert Band’s final concert of the 2021-22 season on Tuesday, May, 3.

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The concert, which will feature Southeast student music majors và non-majors from a variety of academic areas, begins at 7:30 p.m. In the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall on the Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus.

The Concert Band opens the concert with “Concert Variations” by Missouri composer Claude T. Smith. The ensemble will then welcome four student conductors khổng lồ the stage:

Hollie Cotter, senior, music major from West Plains, Mo.Hunter Landstrom, junior, music major from Bloomington, Ill.Ethan Penrod, junior, music major from Cobden, Ill.Clayton Seabaugh, senior, music major with a jazz studies minor from Cape Girardeau, Mo. 

The students will conduct “The Cave You Fear” by Michael Markowski, và “Prelude, Siciliano, Rondo” by Sir Malcom Arnold. 

The concert will also showcase two world premieres composed by Missouri composers:

“The Butterfly,” by Dr. Robert Fruehwald, Southeast professor of music“A’BODQ” by Southeast junior, music major Ethan Brown, of De Soto, Mo. 

The Southeast Wind Symphony will also be joined by guest timpanist, Kae Hashimoto Reed, for “Planet Damnation.”

“Kae is one of the most inspirational và incredible musicians in the world,” said Dr. Jim Daughters, Southeast director of bands.

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“She is a true virtuoso và expertly performs ‘Planet Damnation’ on the timpani. She has over 30 different pitches khổng lồ play on four drums. Watching her move her feet constantly lớn adjust for notes, while playing at lightning speed on the drums, it’s incredible to lớn watch!” 

Concluding the Wind Symphony portion of the concert will be a performance of David Maslanka’s landmark work “Symphony No. 4.” 

The symphony has become a touchstone of the band repertoire, one that even the very finest ensembles & conductors aspire to, và one that connects deeply with players & audiences, Daughters said. Its finest performances mirror the spiritual, intellectual và emotional depth of the composer himself. 


 Tickets may be purchased by contacting the River Campus Box Office, located in the Cultural Arts Center, 518 S. Fountain St., weekdays from 9 a.m. Khổng lồ 4 p.m., by calling (573) 651-2265, or online at