Summer Wind Ensemble

WYSO Summer Wind Ensemble, an offering of the Westmoreland Youth Symphony Orchestra (WYSO) Program, is open to area high school and advanced middle school students.  The group rehearses music from the standard repertoire and performs a concert on the final evening. No audition needed, but a recommendation from your band director is required.


Monday evenings from 6:30-8:45 p.m.
Seton Hill Performing Arts Center

2019 Program:
Holst: Suite No. 1 (selections)
Nelhybel: Prelude and Fuge
Elgar: Nimrod
Badelt: Pirates of the Carribean 

No audition needed, but a recommendation from your band director is required.  

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