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Wind Orchestra
Wind Orchestra
Live On February 9 2021 7:30pm
in 3 months
Wind Ensemble
Wind Ensemble
Live On February 16 2021 7:30pm
in 3 months
Wind Orchestra
Wind Orchestra
Live On April 1 2021 7:30pm
in 5 months
Wind Symphony and Wind Orchestra
Wind Symphony and Wind Orchestra
Live On April 22 2021 7:30pm
in about 6 months

Archived

Wind Orchestra
Wind Orchestra
2020 February 11
1. Intrada 1631 Stephen Montague
2. Ancestral Rumors Andrew Boss
3. Masks and Machines Paul Dooley
4. Symphony No. 4 David Maslanka
Wind Symphony and Wind Orchestra
Wind Symphony and Wind Orchestra
2019 November 21
1. Possibly Micah Hayes
2. A Grainger Set Percy Aldridge Grainger
3. À la Machaut Andrew Boss
4. Rivers of Air Jake Runestad
5. Tunbridge Fair Walter Piston
6. Bite the Bullet Jorge Machain
7. Three Latin Dances Jeff Tyzik
8. Festive Overture, Opus 96 Dmitri Shostakovich
Wind Orchestra
Wind Orchestra
2019 October 31
1. Danza de los Duendes Nancy Galbraith
2. When Penguins Fly David Morgan
3. Black Bolt! Jess Langston Turner
4. Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 Johann Sebastian Bach
5. Bells for Stokowski Michael Daugherty
Wind Orchestra
Wind Orchestra
2019 September 26
1. Sacred Spaces John Mackey
2. The Pageant of London: Suite for Military Band Fank Bridge
3. Common Threads Kimberly K. Archer
4. The Eyes of the World Are Upon You Jennifer Jolley
5. Havana Kevin Day

Andrew Trachsel, current conductor.

The Wind Orchestra (formerly Symphonic Band) has developed an exemplary national reputation for their performances and recordings. Membership is drawn from the finest musicians attending the College of Music. The highest quality contemporary music—mixed with traditional and standard literature—make up the foundation of repertoire performed by the group. The ensemble is dedicated to playing outstanding and challenging works of diverse musical styles while furthering wind music of artistic and historical significance. The Wind Orchestra has performed at the Southwest Regional College Band Directors National Association Convention and has released more than 15 CD recordings on the Mark, Klavier, GIA, and Eurosound labels. Critical comments include “Bravo…for a resplendent performance!”; “…played with great gusto by the ensemble”; “played with brilliance!”; “the elegant sonority of this marvelous band is apparent in the slow sections”; “The attention to detail, precise intonation, and beautiful phrasing make this a compelling performance”; “WOW! Absolutely stunning!”; “…what an incredible CD! An enormously valuable addition to the band world.”