The original band at Colorado State was formed in 1901 with only 13 members. From this humble beginning, CSU is now home to the Wind Symphony, the Symphonic Band, the Concert Band, the CSU Marching Band, the Basketball Pep Band, and the Presidential Pep Band.




Wind Symphony Recognizes British Conflict and Composers

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By Brandon Adams, Marketing & Publicity Throughout the 2016-2017 school year, the Colorado State University Wind Symphony has honored active duty and veteran military, police, fire, and medical services at each of their performances, playing music that reflects on various world conflicts. On Feb. 24, they continue their series by focusing on Europe, specifically Great […]

Canadian Brass at Colorado State University

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Wind Symphony Southwest Tour: on the road with Emily Kerski, clarinet

The CSU Wind Symphony has been rolling through the southwest this week on our 2016 tour of Colorado and New Mexico! It’s been a terrific opportunity for us to share some amazing repertoire with a wider audience and show off the accomplishments and growth of the band program and CSU school of music as a […]

Wind Symphony Tour

Wind Symphony on Southwest Tour and Headed to Grand Junction

After a rousing concert at the University Center for the Arts on Tuesday, the Wind Symphony left early Wednesday morning on a bus bound for the Western Slope. Ahead lies concerts in Grand Junction, Albuquerque, N.M., and Monument, Colo. This first leg of the trip is incredibly scenic going over the Rockies. It’s many of […]