UAFS Symphonic Band to Perform Halloween Concert Oct. 31

The symphonic band at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith will perform a Halloween-themed concert at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 31 as part of the university’s Season of Entertainment 36.


The concert will be performed at the ArcBest Performing Arts Center at the Fort Smith Convention Center, located at 55 S. 7th Street. Admission is by Season 36 season ticket, or individual tickets are $6.


Under the direction of Dr. Alexandra Zacharella, director of bands and associate professor of low brass, the band will perform works by Paul Dukas, Hector Berlioz, and other prominent composers.


Students performing in the concert are:


Alma: Kyle Scott.


Booneville: Kyle Jones.


Cedarville: Paula Clark.


Charleston: Austin Barbee and Braxton Stubblefield.


Fort Smith: Johnny Andrews, Justin Ball, Alyshia Cook, Will Davis, Chase Garner, Aaron James, Christian Jones, Christopher Jones, Kaitlin Jones, Katie Jones, Karla Juarez, Charles Melby, Zabdiel Montes, Larry Nguyen, Miranda Pham, Kevin Phommaha, Minne Phoumivong, Esther Quintanilla, Johnny Resendiz, Caitlin Tusing and Christian Tusing.


Gentry: Justin Hazard and John Lopez.


Greenwood: Dakota Archer, Dakota Bloomfield, Bryce Langley, Wesley Rylee, Emily Smith, Kayla VanPelt and Holleigh Willis.


Mansfield: Cody Crowe and Alexandria Watson.


Mulberry: Virginia Jones.


Pine Bluff: Gillian Johnson.


Pocola, Okla.: James Eaton.


Poteau, Okla.: William Newby.


Quinton, Okla.: Jimmy Gee.


Rogers: Brandi Cappello.


Stigler, Okla.: Caleb Drewry.


Van Buren: Beth Duquette and Jensen Smith.


Winslow: Liam Johnson.


The concert is part of Season of Entertainment 36, a year-long lineup of entertainment sponsored by the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith featuring a variety of plays, musicals and symphonic performances. For tickets, contact the UAFS Box Office at 479-788-7300.


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Article by John Post, Director of Public Information
Date Posted: 
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
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