Winds & Percussion
The Band Program at the University of Texas Arlington is a comprehensive program encompassing all types of performing organizations and opportunities. In our three concert ensembles and marching band, we strive to provide positive musical opportunities that are important for those students who are preparing for careers in music as well as those non-majors who simply enjoy performing. No matter what your major, you will find the UTA Bands to be a rewarding and enjoyable experience.
Wind Symphony Releases CD
The UTA Wind Symphony’s CD, Ceremonial
, is available for purchase from the UTA Bands. Remastered and produced by Mark Records (New York) from the ensemble’s performance at the 2012 Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/Convention, the disc includes Ceremonial
by Bernard Rands, Avelynn’s Lullaby
by Joel Puckett, First Suite in E-flat by Gustav Holst, and Lost Vegas
by Michael Daugherty.
CDs are available for purchase from the UTA Ensembles Office for $20 each. Proceeds go to the band scholarship fund. Contact the band office
for more information.
The Wind and Percussion Area in the Department of Music at UTA has offerings for all UTA students, regardless of major. Music majors of all concentrations study with our faculty and can participate in any of our ensemble offerings. Wind and Percussion undergraduate students may major in music performance, music education, music business/media, music theory, or composition. Graduate students may major in music education, conducting or performance. Private instruction is offered on all wind and percussion instruments by our faculty of artist-teachers, many of whom hold prestigious performance posts in the region. Many of our students have gone on to successful careers in performance and music education and have been admitted to the best graduate programs around the country. Each studio sponsors a variety of musical activities and guest artists as well as offering numerous opportunities for solo and small group performance.
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