WindSync, an internationally recognized wind quintet, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the downtown Fox Theater.
A young and energetic ensemble, WindSync will present familiar classical music as well as lighter tunes, organizers say.
A winner of the 2012 Concert Artists Guild International Competition, the dynamic ensemble features five virtuoso musicians who perform exclusively from memory. Their concerts are enhanced by their communication and creative stage presentation, appealing to people of all ages.
WindSync is “innovative, unconventional and exciting,” according to Houston Public Radio.
Now in their ninth season, the group has toured extensively.
Members of this Houston-based quintet are Garrett Hudson, flute, a native of Winnipeg, Manitoba; Emily Tsai, oboe, from the DC area, Julian Hernandez, clarinet, originally from Puerto Rico; Kara LaMoure, bassoon, originally from Dallas, TX, and Anni Hochhalter, horn, a native of the West Coast.
Admission is with season membership in the North Platte Concert Association. Individual adult tickets are $50, family memberships are $100, and student tickets are $15. Memberships will be sold at the Neville Center before the concert on March 5.
WindSync will be the fourth concert of the North Platte Concert Association’s 2017-18 series.
The Fox Theater is in the Neville Center for the Performing Arts.
The corporate sponsors of WindSync are Great Western Bank and KNOP-TV.