Page 18 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • March 11, 2009 The Waldwick Band will present its next concert on Sunday, March 15 at the Crescent School in Waldwick. The 3 p.m. concert will feature soprano Lois Hicks-Wozniak and the Waldwick Band Saxophone Ensemble. Wozniak appears regularly as a vocalist and saxophonist. A graduate of Florida State University, she served as a saxophonist with the United States Military Academy Band at West Point from 1996-2004. She is currently then principal saxophonist of the Ridgewood Concert Band and has premiered several major works for saxophone throughout the United States. As a vocalist, she has performed Broadway, pop, country, jazz and light opera selections in the metropolitan area. At this concert, she will perform Gene Sheer’s “American Anthem” and George Gershwin’s “Summertime” from “Porgy and Bess.” Also appearing on the program will be the Waldwick Band Saxophone Ensemble featuring eight saxophones ranging in size from the small soprano saxophone to a Band features vocalist, saxophonists large contrabass saxophone. The ensemble will play the R. E. Rudy’s “Pride of the Saxophones” by as arranged by Scott Robinson and “Sousa One Step” as arranged by Paul Cohen. The band will be directed by Edmund A. Moderacki, who has chosen Kabalevsky’s “Colas Breugnon Overture” and Hersey Kay’s “Cakewalk” as the featured compositions. Other works at the concert will include Morton Gould’s “Pavane,” Percy Grainger’s “Over the Hills and Far Away,” Gershwin’s “Second Prelude” and selections from the Cole Porter’s Broadway hit, “Can Can.” Marches by Karl King, Sousa, and John Klohr, will complete the program. Crescent School is located at 165 Crescent Avenue in Waldwick. 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