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The Hartt School Wind Ensemble is nationally recognised for its quality performances and innovative programming. During the past fifteen years the wind ensemble has given premières of 28 works and has had in residence composers Michael Daugherty, Joseph Schwantner, Joseph Turrin, Joan Tower, Susan Botti, John Corigliano, Michael Colgrass, William Bolcom, and Chen Yi, among others. Guest conductors have included H. Robert Reynolds, Frank Battisti, Joe Turrin, Eric Rombach-Kendall and Tim Reynish. Guest soloists have included Robert Black (Double Bass), Ben Toth (Percussion), Carrie Koffman (Saxophone), Joseph Alessi (Trombone), Phil Smith (trumpet) and the American Brass Quintet. The ensemble has performed at three Eastern Regional CBDNA conferences and two national CBDNA conferences (Ann Arbor, Seattle). In 2010, the ensemble made its Carnegie Hall début in Stern Hall performing the world première performance of Chen Yi’s Dragon Rhyme.

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