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Collegiate Band, supervised by Dr. Lauren Reynolds and conducted by the graduate wind conducting studio, is a large concert band (averaging more than 100 members) comprised of wind, brass, and percussion players from across the campus. Membership is open to all students from all majors at the University.
The Collegiate Band performs diverse literature ranging from band standards to brand new works. In addition, the Collegiate Band runs an annual composition contest and premieres the winning work at their concert. The ensemble meets once per week and gives one concert in the spring semester. There are no formal auditions to join the ensemble, but members complete a music hearing to ensure appropriate part placement.
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