Organist Edward Moore & The Brass Roots
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Organist Edward Alan Moore returns to Stambaugh Auditorium for a sonic spectacular of music for organ and full brass ensemble and percussion. Dr. Moore will be joined by The Brass Roots, a Pittsburgh-based brass ensemble. The first half of the concert will feature works by French composers, including the famous finale from the ‘Organ’ Symphony by Camille Saint-Saëns. The second half of the concert will take the audience on a journey through space and time with music of John Williams from blockbuster films such as Star Wars, Superman, and Harry Potter.