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FSU WIND ENSEMBLE

Mr. Philip Klickman
Director of Bands

FSU Wind Ensemble


The University Wind Ensemble is the premiere wind concert organization on campus, consisting of a select group of players in a smaller, generally one-on-a-part setting.  The Wind Ensemble performs several concerts throughout the acadmic year, as well as for the fall and spring graduation ceremonies.  The ensemble tours throughout the Mid-Atalntic region as goodwill ambassadors for the University.  This popular group performs a variety of exciting, diverse and challenging music from the Renaissance to the present, with most selections coming from the symphonic band and chamber wind reprtoire.  The past several years they joined forces with the University Chorale to present a Winter Holiday Concert.

For more information abou the FSU Wind Ensemble or instrumental studies at FSU contact Mr. Klickman:
301-687-7452, pwklickman@frostburg.edu

Wind Ensemble Fall 2012

 

2013/2014 Wind Ensemble Performances

Fall 2013

Sunday, October 13 @ 3pm - Wind Ensemble Fall Concert - PAC Pealer Recital Hall

Sunday, December 8 @ 3pm - Holiday Concert - PAC Pealer Recital Hall


Spring 2014

Saturday, March 8 @ 7:30pm - Wind Enemble Concert - PAC Pealer Recital Hall

Host the FSU Honor Band - featuring outstanding musicians from high schools in the mid-atlantic region
     Honor Band Concert - Sunday, March 9 @ 3pm - PAC Pealer Recital Hall; admission as listed below.

Sunday, May 4 @ 3pm - Wind Ensemble Spring Concert - PAC Pealer Recital Hall


ADMISSION at all Wind Ensemble events is $5 adults, $3 students, and children 12 and under free.
No advance tickets or reservations required.

 

Wind Ens Fall 2012