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The Mountain West's most prolific wind and percussion ensemble. . .

Concert Season 2012-13:

October 16, 2012
at Highland High School
2166 South 1700 East
Salt Lake City
with the Highland H.S. Band, Angela Pontious, director

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November 28, 2012
at All Saints Episcopal Church

corner of 1700 South and Foothill Blvd.
Salt Lake City

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February, 2013

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March 19, 2013
at Lehi High School
80 North 500 East
Lehi
with the Lehi H.S. Band

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April 13, 2013
at Temple Square
as part of the Temple Square Concert Series
Salt Lake City

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May 15 , 2013
Gore Auditorium
at Westminster College

1840 South 1300 East
Salt Lake City

*Concerts typically begin at 7:30. Please check this site for specific times.

The Salt Lake Symphonic Winds

The Mountain West's most prolific wind and percussion ensemble for nearly twenty years, The Salt Lake Symphonic Winds is a community-sponsored concert band performing in Salt Lake City and surrounding cities. 

The Symphonic Winds is a non-profit organization dedicated to the highest-quality performance of the vast wind band repertory in the communities in which we live and work—those of the Wasatch Front.

Demonstrating a commitment to music education in Utah's schools almost from inception, the 'Symphonic Winds have performed in tandem with nearly 20 of Utah's secondary school bands since 2003 alone, frequently providing clinics to the students with whom they perform.

Membership is comprised of people from all walks of life, most of whom are former college players and many who play professionally. During the regular concert season—which includes five concerts—repertoire is chosen from the finest wind and percussion literature available ranging from traditional to contemporary styles in a myriad of genres, including overtures, symphonies, concertos, suites, and marches.

The artistry of this ensemble is demonstrated by its selection and performance at the Music Educators National Conference National Convention in Salt Lake City in April, 2006, and the group has also performed at the professional conference of the Utah Music Educators Association.  From 2005-2009, the Symphonic Winds was the feature ensemble for the July 4 fireworks celebration in Sugar House Park, entertaining as many as 65,000 people.

Musical Director is Thomas P. Rohrer, Director of Bands and Director of Music Education at Utah State University.

For more information or to audition for the Salt Lake Symphonic Winds Please contact Personnel Manager,Chris Earl.

 

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