Wind Symphony

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Wind Symphony Events

Fri 17

Senior Celebration!

November 17 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Mon 27

WE/WS Auditions

November 27
Dec 06
Dec 14

Winter Jazz Concert

December 14 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Dec 17

Winter Concert

December 17 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Music Sponsorship Opportunities

Festival Music

  • Awayday – Adam Gorb – $300 – SOLD – Thank you, Hagan Family

  • Molly on the Short – Percy Grainger – $150 – SOLD – Thank you, Nilsson Family!

  • Only Light – Aaron Perrine – $320 – SOLD – Thank you, Hagan Family

Spring Concert

  • Dartmoor, 1912 – Williams (arr. Bocook) – $80 – SOLD – Thank you – Houston Family

  • Howl’s Moving Castle – Symphonic Fantasy for Band – Hisaishi (arr. Goto) – $150 – SOLD – Thank you, Messick Family!

  • Scherzo for X-Wing – Williams (arr. Lavender) – $200 – SOLD – Thank you, Kosty Family!

About Wind Symphony

The Wind Symphony is the premier concert ensemble at San Marcos High School.  It is an advanced wind ensemble whose repertoire consists of advanced high school, collegiate, and professional level literature.  The Wind Symphony is an audition-based ensemble that performs regularly in concerts and festivals throughout Southern California and has earned a reputation for musical excellence throughout the state.

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My experiences as an adjudicator and guest conductor have taken me all over our country. I’ve judged state championships for concert band in numerous states such as Massachusetts, Colorado, and Oregon and I have been going to Midwest since 1989. I can honestly say that the San Marcos High School Wind Symphony is among the finest high school bands that I’ve ever heard.

Gary P. GilroyProfessor of Music - Fresno State University

I had the opportunity to witness the expertise and passion for music that exists in this program… (they) represent the best teaching and performance in the great state of California.

Lowell E. GrahamDirector of Orchestral Activities
Professor of Conducting The University of Texas at El Paso
Vice President: American Bandmasters Association
President and CEO: John Philip Sousa Foundation

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