Festivals and Workshops Overview

Mad River Vocal Arts Festival: October 4 & 5, 2015

This two-day event features a highly select honor choir composed of high school singers from all over the state and region!  Students will gather for two days of rehearsal, concerts, and fun, and will have an opportunity to perform in Wright State University's Schuster Hall.

Questions? Contact Dr. Hank Dahlman at hank.dahlman@wright.edu.

WSU Double Reed Festival: November 21, 2015

The Wright State University Double Reed Festival is an event that brings together double reed players from throughout Southwestern and Central Ohio. The conference is a full day of new ideas and exchanges of knowledge geared towards the needs and interests of high school students, private studio teachers, and amateur double reed players.

Questions? Contact Mr. Jobert at bill.jobert.wright.edu.

Saxophone Festival: November 21, 2015

The first annual Saxophone Quartet Festival was hosted at Wright State University in 2005. The festival was such a success that it has become a much-anticipated ANNUAL event and continues to evolve with expanding opportunities for participants! Please call early as there are limited sessions to fill.

Questions? Contact Dr. Jagow at shelley.jagow@wright.edu

Clarinet Festival:November 21, 2015

The Wright State University Clarinet Festival brings together clarinetists from all over Ohio and beyond for master-classes, clinics, and to provide a unique performance opportunity for all participating clarinetists to work closely with our special guest clinicians and the WSU Clarinet Studio!

The Festival is geared towards the needs and interests of  High School, College, and Amateur Clarinetists as well as Private Studio Teachers.  (It is recommended that participants have a minimum 3-4 years experience on clarinet.) 

Horn & Trombone Festivals: January 18, 2016

We are excited to host the WSU Horn and Trombone Festivals again this year. Each year we bring to you world-renowned guest artists and clinicians for a day of music making, master classes and performances. We are excited to announce that this year the workshops will feature Dietrich Hemann and Megumi Kanda of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.