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Delaware Youth Wind Ensemble (DYWE) brings together outstanding high school
musicians 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.
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(Returning members do not need to reaudition)
Eligibility: 9th-12th grade
Video Audition Submission: Please send an unlisted YouTube video (other platforms accepted as well). Please send the link to email@example.com.
Woodwind, brass, string bass, and piano players: perform two contrasting etudes, movements, or solo pieces.
These selections should highlight both the expressive and technical aspects of
your playing. Note: you do not need an
accompanist for your audition.
who wish to audition for piccolo (in addition to flute) should play both instruments on the video. You may choose
additional repertoire to perform on piccolo or you may repeat your flute
should perform two etudes, movements, or solo pieces—one for snare drum and one
for a keyboard instrument. Note: you do not need an accompanist for
Fee is $400 for year ($200 for those students who join mid-year).
Email us with questions.
All-State 2019 participants do not need to audition and can register for the
Rehearsals are Sundays, 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. in Puglisi Orchestra Hall, Louise & David Roselle Center for the Arts.
Rehearsal dates and concerts will be
posted as soon as they are available.