HMQ performs in these cities during November of 2018:
La Crosse, WI
They will feature the following repertoire on this tour:
New York Triptych - Gordon Stout
Movements ii and iii from Fôr Marimbas (written for HMQ) - Alex Orfaly
Marimba Quartet - Michael Burritt
Fantasy - Kevin Romanski
The Principle of Vibration (world premiere) - Brett Dietz
Fluidity (written for HM) - Steven Simpson
Grand Tarantella - L.M. Gottschalk/arr. by M. Coley
Rivers of Rage (written for HMQ) - Matthew Coley
Heartland Marimba is going to Virginia!
Don't miss one of the HMFestival Concerts in SW Virginia.
This event will feature performances by soloist Nathan Daughtrey, the HMQuartet, the HMOrchestra, Escape X Duo, student ensembles of the HMFestival, and Percussion Alchemy Duo (Tom Marceau and Rob Sanderl)!
Open to the public. Donations appreciated.
Join HME for SoundW.A.Y.S. (Workshop for Aspiring Young Soundmakers)!
A perfect summer experience for CHILDREN (ages 4-13)!
Learn music and expression through percussion and movement in group sessions. Perform everyday with HME artists!
SHOWCASE CONCERT featuring all students and the HME: Thursday, June 21, TBA – EIAA Music and Arts Studios - Iowa Make Music Day
The HEARTLAND MARIMBA ENSEMBLE hits the road for a month in 2018 for its 4th annual summer tour. Don't miss this fun group of performers made up of HMQ members, heartland artists, and apprentice artists!
See them perform in these cities:
- Mason City, IA
- Waterloo, IA
- Cedar Falls, IA
- Ames, IA
- Spring Green, WI
- Cedar Rapids, IA
- Independence, IA
- Madison, WI
HMQ is back in Iowa for premiere performances of a concerto for marimba quartet and wind ensemble by Paul Alan Price-Brenner.
ANKENY, WATERLOO WEST, & DAVENPORT CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL BANDS will perform with HMQ.
The concerto project is supported in part by the Iowa Arts Council.
HMQ performs a concert at San Diego State University with the Percussion Ensemble, Greg Cohen, director.
This concert will feature Gordon Stout's marimba orchestra piece, "Dream-Awakening and Dance" and Gottschalk's "Grand Tarantella" with students of SDSU and other community percussionists.