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2022 UNF Wind Symphony

Wind Symphony

Erin Bodnar, conductor

The UNF Wind Symphony is composed of approximately 45 of the most outstanding woodwind, brass, and percussion players at the University of North Florida. Dedicated to promoting and performing the finest in traditional and contemporary wind literature, this ensemble has firmly established a reputation for musical excellence. Members of the Wind Symphony enjoy opportunities to perform with nationally renowned guest artists, as well as premiering new works for winds by leading composers.

 

The Wind Symphony maintains an active schedule including three or more concerts per semester, regional and international tours, and regular appearances at state, regional and international music events. Past performances include the World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles Conference in Buñol, Spain (2019), College Band Directors National Association Southern Division Conference (2014), Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center (2011), Carnegie Hall (2008), and the FMEA State Conference (2007). In May 2022, the UNF Wind Symphony recorded its first album which will be released in December 2022.

The Wind Symphony is open by audition to all UNF students. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Erin Bodnar at erin.bodnar@unf.edu.

 

UNF Wind Symphony and Orchestra Auditions for Fall 2022  

 Auditions will be held Friday August 19 and Saturday August 20. Schedule to be announced later in the summer.

Audition Requirements for Fall 2022 

You will need your UNF credentials (N-number and password) to access the material below.

Musescore is a free professional notation software accessible with NVDA and with JAWS with additional script installation. If you need additional assistance with the music linked above, you can download Musescore, open the sheet music and use their screen reader to read the sheet music. Musescore has an accessibility handbook and guides for screen reader here: Musescore Accessibility.

 

The Wind Symphony is open by audition to all UNF students. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Erin Bodnar at erin.bodnar@unf.edu.