The musicians of the Louisville Concert Band and Chamber Winds Louisville enjoy sharing their enthusiasm for the performance of wind repertoire in all of its dimensions. Concerts typically include chamber music, solos with the ensemble, and full-cast concert band works. The repertoire is diverse, spanning harmoniemusik to the most current new works, and often including at least one piece by a composer of whose contributions have a special place in the development of the wind band (Mennin, Creston, Persichetti, Grainger, Sousa, Fillmore, and others). The integration of full ensemble with chamber pieces brings great variety to the repertoire and keeps the listener engaged in the concert event. Frederick Speck, the director, is surrounded by ensemble members who are educators (both in music and other disciplines), professional musicians, and other excellent performers whose professions are in non-music fields. All are drawn together because of their appreciation for the fellowship of ensemble performance and the joy of sharing it with appreciative audiences. In addition to regular season concerts, the ensemble has performed at the 2011 Kentucky Music Educators Association Conference and the 2013 Midwest Clinic: An International Band and Orchestra Conference.

Next Performance

December 3, 2018 at 8pm
Comstock Concert Hall
Chamber Winds Louisville with Brass Band of Louisville
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Chamber Winds Louisville Sharing the Stage with Brass Band of Louisville

Chamber Winds Louisville has invited the Brass Band of Louisville to participate in a special joint concert on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018 at 8 pm in Comstock Concert Hall at the University of Louisville School of Music. Admission is free. Repertoire will include Lincolnshire Posy by Percy Grainger, Dance of the Jesters by Peter I. …

Tim Reynish

After graduating from Cambridge,Timothy Reynish was first horn in Sadler’s Wells and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestras. His conducting studies were with George Hurst, Sir Charles Groves and Sir Adrian Boult, Dean Dixon, and Franco Ferrara at the Academia Musicale Chigiana in Siena. A prize winner in the Mitropoulos International Conducting Competition in New York, …

December Concert

Our December 7th concert at Comstock Concert Hall was a musical celebration; specifically, a Pre-Midwest Clinic Celebration Concert honoring the North Hardin High School Wind Symphony! This fine ensemble, led by Brian Froedge, with assistants Daniel Reams and Brittany Ford, will be featured in performance at the Midwest Clinic International Band, Orchestra and Music Conference …