Kennesaw State University Wind Symphony
Dr. Debra Traficante, conductor
The KSU Wind Symphony (MUSI 1145/3345) offers music majors, minors, and non-music majors the opportunity to study, rehearse, and perform advanced literature for the wind band medium. This course may be repeated for lower-division credit. Membership in the Wind Symphony is by audition only and occurs at the beginning of the academic year, and prior to the start of the second semester. The course is taken for either 1 credit hour at both the lower or upper level, or 0 credit hours, offered at the upper level only (anyone may register for this, regardless of academic grade level).
The Wind Symphony serves as the 2nd music major ensemble and rehearses from 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM on Tuesday and Thursday each week in Morgan Hall, Bailey Center.
Please contact Dr. Traficante, conductor of the Wind Symphony, if you have any questions about this ensemble.