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The Binghamton University Symphony, under direction of Timothy Perry and student conductors Heather Worden and Zachary Nobile Kampler, presented a program Dec. 4 of music by American composers Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, Morton Gould, Leonard Bernstein and George Gershwin. Spanning a period of just 25 years (1935 to 1955), the pieces showed influences of the American West, African-American jazz and Latin rhythms. The concert showcased a number of instruments from the 78-member orchestra.