Wind Ensemble

Wind Ensemble - Flute

Wind Ensemble

Director: Travis Cross

The UCLA Wind Ensemble is the premier wind band at the University of California, Los Angeles. Comprising both graduate and undergraduate students, its 50 members are highly skilled and versatile musicians selected by competitive audition each fall.

As a flexible and inclusive medium that honors its rich history while also fostering living composers, the wind ensemble provides an ideal laboratory for students to encounter a wide range of musical viewpoints. Innovative programming, interaction with faculty and guest artists, and vibrant outreach programs position the wind ensemble as a musical nexus, bringing together professional players and artist-teachers, composers, academics, school band directors, and audiences — with student-musicians at the core.

Nov 6 Sat
8:00pm
Free
contemporary
UCLA Wind Ensemble: American Anthems
The UCLA Wind Ensemble presents American Anthems with music of celebration, faith, struggle, and hope. Works by Copland, Bremer, Sousa, Milburn, Schuman, and Thomas reflect the continuing journey to fulfill the founding promise of our nation.
Schoenberg Hall
The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music Announces Fall 2019 Season
Grammy-nominated saxophonist Chris Potter, and jazz vocalist Fay Victor, are just two of the artists who will be part of the music school’s Fall 2019 season.
Travis J. Cross Named New Chair of the Department of Music
Professor Travis J. Cross, a conductor, composer and arranger, will become chair of the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music Department of Music on July 1, 2018. Cross, who joined the UCLA faculty in 2013, will serve a three year-term. He succeeds Professor Neal Stulberg, who successfully led the Department of Music for four years,
UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music announces Fall 2017 season
The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music will present more than a dozen performances this quarter by world-class student ensembles and special guest artists, as well as masterclasses and symposia featuring leading scholars in their fields. Among the events are “Louchitude, or Questionable Choices in Recent French Pop” on Oct. 12, an exploration of French popular music’s