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Regional Symphony Broadcast: The 2012 Shreveport Summer Music Festival

Airs Friday, June 29 at 12:00 noon. The first concert of the Shreveport Summer Music Festival Classical Series, a memorial for music patron Wayne Hall, took place on Sunday, June 3 at the Church of the Holy Cross. The concert featured scores written by Kermit Poling and Thomas Hundemer. Leonard Kacenjar and Kermit Poling conduct.

The Program:

Jeffrey Snedeker:  Goodby to a Friend (1997)
   Thomas Hundemer, Solo Horn

Johann Sebastian Bach:  Concerto in D Minor
   Vivace - Dr. Greive & Kermit Poling
   Largo, Ma on Tanto - Dr. Isador Saslav & Leonard Kacenjar
   Allegro - Kermit Poling & Dr. Greive

Thomas Hundemer:  11.11.11 for horn, percussion, and strings
   Thomas Hundemer, Solo Horn

Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf:  Concerto in E Minor for Double Bass & Orchestra
   Christopher Allen, Double Bass

Kermit Poling:  Within the Orb of Glories Wearing
   1. St. Paul
   2. St. Cecdia
   3. St. Hildegrad von Bingen
   4. St. Maximilian Kolbe
   5. St. Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton
   6. St. Thomas Thambi
   7. St. fohn Berchmans

The 2019 silver medal winner of the International Global Music Award, Kermit Poling is Music Director of both the South Arkansas Symphony, the Marshall Symphony Orchestra, the Shreveport Metropolitan Ballet, the Associate Conductor of the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra as well as General Manager of the Red River Radio Network.