MIT Wind and Festival Jazz Ensembles CD

Released by Sunnyside Records

Director Frederick Harris Jr, announces the release of his Infinite Winds CD on Sunnyside Records.  Dedicated to Herb Pomeroy, "Father of jazz at MIT," the recording features the MIT Wind Ensemble and the MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble in first recordings of Chick Corea's From Forever and Don Byron's Concerto for Clarinet and Wind Ensemble with Evan Ziporyn, soloist.  Guillermo Klein's Solar Return Suite,  with saxophonist Bill McHenry, completes the disc. Copies of the Infinite Winds CD will be available for sale at the eighth annual Herb Pomeroy Memorial Concert, on Friday, April 24, 2015, at 8 pm in MIT’s Kresge Auditorium.  Infinite Winds is also available at sunnysiderecords.com.

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