Cincinnati Wind Symphony

Cincinnati Wind Symphony

Biography

The CCM Wind Orchestra is comprised of highly advanced performers of wind and percussion instruments. The orchestra is internationally recognized as one of the finest groups of its kind. Each semester the players are auditioned and assigned parts on a rotating basis. Following a philosophy of one player per part and adopting flexible instrumentation according to the composer’s intentions, the ensemble performs chamber music, selected transcriptions, concerti and original full ensemble repertoire spanning five centuries. The CCM Wind Orchestra performs six concerts on campus per season as well as appearing regularly in local school concerts and as special guest artists for conferences, festivals and special events.

Acknowledged as “wonderful and exciting” with performances described as “powerful, moving and thrilling,” the Wind Ensemble draws its membership from the finest undergraduate and graduate musicians at CCM. Acclaimed for the quality of their performances as well as the diversity and originality of their programming, the Wind Ensemble is dedicated to bringing the finest traditional and contemporary literature to their audiences. This organization has appeared numerous times before the Ohio Music Educators Association, the Kentucky Music Educators Association, the American Society of University Composers, and has been heard nationally through broadcasts on National Public Radio.  The Cincinnati Wind Symphony is now called the Wind Ensemble at the College Conservatory of Music; of the University of Cincinnati.

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