Welcome to UNT Wind Studies


2014 Conductors Collegium Information

The Wind Studies program involves over 400 undergraduate and graduate music majors and offers performance opportunities for majors and non-majors, in eight ensembles including the Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, Concert Bands, Brass Bands, and Athletic Bands.

The graduate conducting program in the Wind Studies Area offers degrees at both the Masters and Doctoral level. The goal of the program is to develop conductors for professional careers in performance and education through intensive study of literature and pedas well as the summer Conductor’s Collegium, a multifaceted workshop which provide opportunities for instrumental music educators of all levels from around the world to meet and discuss common goals, shared concerns, and practical solutions with colleagues, performersagogy. The rigorous and varied curriculum prepares well-rounded conductors for successful professional careers.

Graduate Conducting Associates receive practical experience working regularly with the various ensembles, appearing regularly on concert programs throughout the year. Additionally, conducting associates are integrally involved in the administration of the department and composers. 

If you’re interested in learning more about Wind Studies ensembles, please submit an information sheet so we may add you to our mailing list.

Upcoming Events

June 9th- June 20th, 2014
North Texas Conductors Collegium

June 19th- June 22nd, 2014
Drum Major Camp

BOX OFFICE: 940-369-7802
Brock Grand Lobby, MPAC
1200 North Texas Boulevard
Denton, TX 76203

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Click here to watch all Wind Studies performances live via webcast