The Mad River Vocal Arts Festival: October 8 & 9, 2017
The Wright State University School of Music is proud to host THE MAD RIVER VOCAL ARTS FESTIVAL on October 8 & 9, 2017!
Questions? Contact Dr. Hank Dahlman at email@example.com
Wright State University Reeds Festival: November 17, 2018
The Wright State University Reeds Festival is an event that brings together clarinet, bassoon, and oboe players from throughout Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. The festival 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.
Saxophone Festival: December 8, 2018
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! Register now!
Questions? Contact Dr. Jagow at firstname.lastname@example.org
Low Brass Festival: January 15, 2018
The Wright State University School of Music Low Brass Studios under the leadership of Dr. Gretchen McNamara and Mr. Steve Darling are excited to be hosting another festival for low brass musicians from our region again this year. Each January we bring to you world-renowned guest artists and clinicians for a day of music making, master classes and performances.
Tri-State Honor Band Festival: January 25-27, 2018
We are pleased to announce the 19th Annual WSU/Tri-State Honor Band Festival, sponsored and hosted by Wright State University, School of Music on our campus in Dayton, Ohio. A remarkable musical event, this festival brings together superb high school musicians from across the Tri-State region of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana - to create one of the region's most exceptional and musically rewarding high school honor band experiences!
6th Annual WSU Summer String Camp: June 11-15, 2018
The Wright State University School of Music is proud to host its sixth annual Summer String Camp for junior high and high school students.
Questions? Contact Dr. Franklin Cox at email@example.com