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Wind Symphony

Overview

The University of Rochester Wind Symphony is comprised of students, faculty, staff, and community members who are serious and accomplished musicians, but whose life course may vary from music to medicine, business, engineering or linguistics. Conducted by Mr. William Tiberio, the ensemble studies and performs standard and contemporary wind music as well as transcriptions from other genres. Recent repertoire has included such renowned composers as Grainger, Chance, Tull, Tichelli, Vaughan Williams, Hanson, Hindemith, Ives, and Sousa. In addition to regular on-campus performances, the University Wind Symphony undertakes frequent performing tours.

Auditions for Wind Symphony for Fall 2019 will be held August 29, August 30 and September 30 in O'Brien Hall. You must secure your audition time in advance bysigning up online

The ensemble rehearses Monday nights from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the Strong Auditorium.

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