As the theme suggests, Director Matt Huber is the cat in question and his daughter, Janelle R. Huber, will wield the baton this week.
Janelle Huber is a sophomore at Indiana State University, where she is majoring in music education. She also performs flute and piccolo in the Wind Orchestra and Marching Sycamores.
A Sycamore Scholar, she studies flute and piccolo with Dr. Joyce Wilson.
A seven-season veteran of BCB, Janelle is also active in the Jackson Township Community Band and the Community Theater of Clay County.
While attending Greencastle High School, Janelle performed in 13 all-state honor bands and the National John Philip Sousa Band. She received superior gold ratings in Group 1 on flute and piccolo from the eighth-grade through her senior year.
At Sunday's performance, the Brazil Concert Band will perform the following selections: "Noble Men," by Fillmore, "Cloth of Gold," and "Shrine of Liberty," by Jewell, "Star Dust," arranged by Yoder, and "First Suite in E Flat," by Holst.
Also, "Loch Lomond," by Ticheli, "The Gridiron Club," and "The Bride-Elect," by Sousa, "Sea Songs," by Vaughan Williams, and "Pirates of the Caribbean," arranged by Ricketts, will be performed.