Contact & Location
University Wind Ensemble
The University Wind Ensemble (MusA 320/520), directed by Professor Alan Gemberling, is open to all students by audition. It is comprised of about fifty undergraduate and graduate students, and performs the finest in concert band and wind ensemble literature. The group has traveled extensively throughout the United States. The Wind Ensemble rehearses four hours per week.
Monday/Wednesday 4:30 - 5:45 p.m.
AUDITION INFORMATION: Wind Ensemble and Orchestra Winds and Percussion
Auditions (except for percussion) occur early in the first week of classes (by end-of-day Wednesday). Students audition for the professor of their instrument. Sign-up sheets for auditions will be placed on faculty doors by noon on Monday. Students should be prepared to play an etude or solo piece, scales and sight-reading.
Audition Locations and Contact Person
flute - Music 310 - Contact: Dr. Leonard Garrison
oboe - Music 304 - Contact: Dr. Carol Padgham Albrecht
clarinet - Music 305 - Contact: Dr. Roger Cole
saxophone - Ridenbaugh 327 - Contact: Dr. Vanessa Sielert
bassoon - Music 204 - Contact: Dr. Susan Hess
trumpet - Ridenbaugh 227 - Contact: Dr. Vern Sielert
trombone - Music 313 - Contact: Professor Alan Gemberling
horn - Music 307 - Contact: Dr. Robert Dickow
euphonium - Music 309 - Contact: Dr. Torrey Lawrence
tuba - Music 309 - Contact: Dr. Torrey Lawrence
percussion - auditions are by appointment during the first week of classes (see Music 213 for information)