UNSW Wind Symphony

UNSW Wind Symphony

The UNSW Wind Symphony was founded in 1991 (as the UNSW Wind Band) to perform works specially composed for wind ensembles with or without percussion.

The Wind Symphony provides a rich experience for musicians who prefer to play this repertoire, largely dating from after 1900.

Also in the repertoire of the Wind Symphony are arrangements of works from all eras and styles, including jazz, popular and art-music forms.

Responsibilities

Playing in the wind symphony, related preparation of repertoire, and public performances.

How to get involved

Register via the website at the beginning of each academic term (http://www.music.unsw.edu.au/instrumental/unsw-wind-symphony) No audition required.

Positions

  • Leader
  • Member

Training

Relevant training will be provided.

Duration

During academic semester.


Accreditation

Availability of activity

All year round

Type of activity

Other

Provider of activity

Other

Interest area

Arts & design, Fundraising & events, Music & entertainment

Skills required and/or developed

Team work & networking


Contacts and more information

Provider

Music Performance Unit

Contact

Alex Siegers, Operations and Communications Assistant

Email

cmc@unsw.edu.au

Visit

http://www.music.unsw.edu.au/instrumental/unsw-wind-symphony 

Phone

02 9385 5243

For more information about co-curricular activities see UNSW Advantage.