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South Shore Conservatory Presents Gone with the Winds: That wasnít written for me!

HINGHAM & DUXBURY, MA: South Shore Conservatoryís (SSC) Conservatory Concert Series kicks off its 2017/2018 season with Gone with the Winds: That wasnít written for me!, a thrilling concert of music first written for one instrument, but transcribed for another. The performance is presented on Sunday, October 15, 4 pm at 64 St. George Street in Duxbury, and again on Sunday, October 22, 4 pm at One Conservatory Drive in Hingham.

CCS concerts showcase the diverse talents of the Conservatoryís faculty of nearly 100 educator/performers. Admission to all concerts is free, helping advance SSCís mission of expanding access to arts education and performance. All concerts are on Sunday at 4 pm and include a free reception where audience members are invited to meet the performers.

Gone with the Winds lets audience members experience wind instruments as theyíve never experienced them before, as SSC musicians bring to life music not originally written for their instrument! From the cool jazz licks of Beauty Mark!, initially written by Mark Turner for saxophone, now brought to life by Grant Randallís trombone, to gorgeous Debussy melodies first written for orchestra and now played by flute and piano, this concert will educate and entertain.

Donald ZookPerformers draw audience members into their thought process in choosing their piece, and explain why they feel the selection works for their instrument. This concert is truly one-of-a-kind, as some of these pieces are rarely performed on these wind instruments.

SSC faculty members performing include Woodwind and Brass Department Chair and Concert Coordinator Donald Zook, flute, Peter Bianca, clarinet, Gita Brown, clarinet, John Vanderpool, saxophone, Earl Harmon, saxophone, Andrew Moreschi, trumpet and Grant Randall, trombone. Pianist Sarah Troxler accompanies this eclectic mix of esoteric music.

Other 2017/2018 CCS performances include The Music of Beethoven in November, Holiday Favorites in December, All You Need is Love: Music of the Beatles in February, and Going Rogue: SSCís Voice Department flips in March.

South Shore Conservatory is committed to being an organization that welcomes the widest range of audience members possible - removing barriers to participation and welcoming everyone in, regardless of ability. Both its Hingham and Duxbury campuses are wheelchair accessible. For more detailed information about accessibility, please visit SSCís Know Before You Go page.

For more information about Conservatory Concert Series performances, visit http://sscmusic.org/concert_series.html, call 781-452-7455, ext. 204, or find South Shore Conservatory on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram.

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