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The Wisconsin Idea in Action

Winds of Wisconsin

Winds of Wisconsin is a premier high-school-level wind ensemble with the goal of providing outstanding young musicians with the opportunity to learn wind literature of the highest quality, to work with UW-Madison faculty who have made music education of youth a top priority, and to make lifelong connections with others who share their love and passion for music. The ensemble is led by UW-Madison's wind ensemble conductor, Scott Teeple. The group rehearses on five Sunday evenings in the fall and five in the spring and gives two concerts annually. In addition to the rehearsals, there are also sectionals, an instrumental master class with faculty and a session on leadership. Students must be recommended by either their high school or private music teacher to audition for Winds of Wisconsin.

Focus Areas

Project Leader

Elizabeth Snodgrass
UW Extension

School of Music
School or College
College of Letters & Science

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