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Come watch the Wind Symphony present their winter concert, conducted by Professor Mark Camphouse and doctoral student Samantha Clarke. 

The George Mason University Wind Symphony, led by composer-conductor Mark Camphouse is a select ensemble comprised of outstanding wind, brass, and percussion players in the School of Music and the University. The ensemble’s mission is to study and perform the best literature available for wind band, while emphasizing soloistic and orchestral performance practice. The Wind Symphony ranks among the finest collegiate wind bands in the Commonwealth and performs the best of new band literature. The Mason Symphonic Band, also directed by Mark Camphouse, provides music majors and increasingly growing numbers of non-music majors an opportunity to study and perform a wide variety of traditional and contemporary wind band literature.

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See the Wind Symphony Concert program.

Tickets: $12 General Public, $8 Seniors, $5 Students


Free Tickets for Mason Students

A limited quantity of free student tickets will be available two Tuesdays prior to the event. Learn More.