UGA Wind Symphony to perform South American program

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The UGA Wind Symphony performs with guest conductor Jorge Lhez on an entirely South American inspired program on Wednesday, March 28, 8 p.m. in Hodgson Concert Hall.

Recognized as one of the most complete and versatile Argentine orchestral and choral conductors, Jorge Lhez is the former music director of the Symphony Orchestra of Salta, one of the best symphony orchestras in his native Argentina. Under his direction, the orchestra has quickly gained recognition and was ranked this year among the three best professional Argentinean orchestras by the National Critics Association. The program will feature our masters conducting student Bradley Esau on a lovely Serenade by Derek Bourgeois.  

This performance is presented admission-free, and those unable to attend can watch the concert live on the Hodgson School’s website: music.uga.edu/streaming.