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The University of Texas Wind Ensemble has given world première performances of works by composers such as John Corigliano, Michael Daugherty, Donald Grantham, David Maslanka, and Dan Welcher, and held residencies with Samuel Alder, Thea Musgrave, Stephen Stucky, and Pulitzer Prize winners John Adams, John Corigliano, and Gunther Schuller. The wind ensemble made its international début at the Fifth Conference of the World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles in Manchester, England in 1991, and its New York début at Carnegie Hall in February 1998. In addition, the ensemble’s commercial recordings on the Reference, Klavier and Naxos labels have garnered many accolades, including an enthusiastic New York Times review of Bells for Stokowski that reads: “The skilled and enthusiastic playing of the young performers leaps off the disc… they make a glorious noise.”

University of Texas Wind Ensemble

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