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Come Out To The Columbia Festival Of Winds

This Sunday (i.e., tomorrow), the Columbia University Wind Ensemble will host its 7th annual Festival of Winds, a full-day concert featuring performers from colleges and schools from around the region, held in our own Roone Arledge Auditorium. Proceeds from the festival will go to support music education in New York City, where budget tightening has led […]

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Spread the Musical Love by Supporting CUWE

On Sunday, March 2, The Columbia University Wind Ensemble is hosting its 6th annual Columbia Festival of Winds to benefit the Musical Mentors Collaborative, a Columbia music outreach and education program to benefit elementary school children in NYC public schools.  The group offers free music lessons to these students to help teach them musical instruments. […]

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CUWE’s Making Music Matter, And You Can Too

The Columbia University Wind Ensemble hopes to give inner-city fourth graders the chance to be their next generation, as tomorrow’s their fifth annual Columbia Festival of Winds. Proceeds will go to supplying the group of students from Making Music Matter at P.S. 125 with their instruments and music books. The event starts at 2 pm […]

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CUWE up the Band

We sent Bwog’s Musical Magistrate Sarah Thompson to check out the Columbia University Wind Ensemble. Here’s what she came up with. Last Sunday afternoon I made my way blearily to Roone Arledge for the Columbia University Wind Ensemble’s winter concert. I wondered if I’d be able to tell the difference between a clarinet and a […]

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