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Dates/Times: Sundays, 2:30-4:30 PM 2/19/23-4/30/23
Note: no rehearsal 4/9/23
Concert: Sunday, 4/30/23, 5:00pm
Registration Fee: $200 for the Spring semester
We welcome all families!
Scholarships available for many instruments...contact CMS Director, Mary Margaret Wilson, for inquiries! email@example.com
If financial assistance is needed, please visit our Financial Aid page.
Please submit a letter of
recommendation from either your school band director or private lesson
instructor. Letters should be addressed to Dr. Lauren Reynolds and
emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Letters due by 2/1/23.
2022 All-State Band Participants do not need a recommendation from their music teacher!
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The Delaware Youth Wind Ensemble (DYWE) brings
together outstanding high school musicians (grades 8-12) from the
greater Delaware area to rehearse and perform exciting and high-quality
wind band literature. Open to students who play flute, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, saxophone,
horn, trumpet, trombone, euphonium, tuba, string bass, piano, and percussion,
DYWE offers an enrichment experience aimed to supplement (but not replace)
students’ experiences in their own high school bands. Under the direction of UD
professor and Wind Ensemble conductor Dr. Lauren Reynolds, DYWE rehearses once
a week and performs two to three concerts per season.
The DWYE is expected to return to its regular rehearsal and performance schedule in Fall 2022.