Utah Wind Symphony
2014-2015 Season

September 23rd, 7:30 P.M.
Corner Canyon High School
Season Opener
Guest Artist Timothy McAllister, Saxophone

November 6th, 7:30 P.M.
Churchill Junior High
Guest Artist Allen Vizzutti
Guest Conductor Craig Kirchhoff
Guest Conductor Russ Pesola

December 15, 2014, 7:30 P.M.
Midwest Send off Concert
American Fork High School
Tickets available soon

Midwest Clinic-
December 17th-20th, Chicago Illinois

March 31st, 2015, 7:30 P.M.
Combined UWS with UWS Youth Ensemble Concert
Corner Canyon High School

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The Utah Wind Symphony is going to the Midwest Clinic!

Midwest LogoThe Utah Wind Symphony has been selected to play at the 2014 Midwest Clinic in Chicago, Illinois. This is a very exciting opportunity for the Wind Symphony being the only adult band from the U.S. to perform at this years clinic. The wind symphony went through a rigorous audition process consiting of capturing live recordings, creating a cd as well as collecting references and putting together a packet for submission. There are many submissions every year and many are not selected. Most groups try several times before being selected to perform at the clinic. The wind symphony is honored to have been selected and is very excited to represent the great state of Utah at the clinic this December. For more information on the Midwest Clinic, please visit their website.

The Wind Symphony is currently fundraising to make this trip possible. We have several opportunites for the community to help us with this endeavor. Details can be found here on how you can "buy" a seat for a musician and the benefits that you will receive in return and how you can donate to our "GoFundMe" campaign which also includes some great rewards!

"The Utah Wind Symphony thanks the voters of Salt Lake County for their support of the Zoo, Arts & Parks program. One-tenth of one percent of the Salt Lake County sales tax goes to support local cultural, botanical, and zoological organizations. This funding has not only stabilized many of Salt Lake’s cultural organizations, but has also funded the construction of new recreational facilities, and improved walking trails. ZAP funding helps to provide "free" days, free concerts, reduce ticket prices for students, and provide in-school programs for children in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade.”