Winds in the Winter
Chamber Music played by members of Taku Winds
Mozart - Woodwind trio
Various Works - Saxophone trio
Corelli - Clarinet trio
Also including works for flute duet and solo trumpet
KTOO @360 Space
Saturday January 9, 2016
The group is open to wind and percussion players 7th grade and older. We will play Christmas carols at several locations around town such as Wildflower Court, malls, First, etc.
We may also include singers if we have folks who are interested in singing along.
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Rehearsals for marching band are Mondays from 7-9PM at the Faith Lutheran Church, Amy conducting. Food Truck Friday performance on July 3 @ the JACC. Marching in the 4th of July Juneau and Douglas parades.
Wednesday - 5/21 6:30-9:30pm @ JACC
Friday - 5/23 7-9pm @ Faith Lutheran Church
Saturday 10-noon @ Faith Lutheran
Faith Lutheran Church - in the valley on Del Rae. Turn off Glacier Hwy by Paradise Cafe.
Todd is conducting and we have another fun, challenging set of music lined up to play.
We have some exciting news for the Juneau Wind Ensemble!
The Fall 2013 Concert is being conducted by guest conductor, Dr. Dwayne Corbin, Assistant Professor of Music at Simpson University, Redding, CA. Dr. Corbin is a percussionist extraordinaire, and has performed several times with the Juneau Symphony, once as featured soloist. He is the director of the wind ensemble at Simpson Univ., and also directs the Shasta Symphony Orchestra. Dwayne has a special interest in conducting wind bands.
The board of the Juneau Wind Ensemble pursued and received a grant from the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council to assist with this special project. Dr. Corbin is pleased to report that Simpson University is providing a travel grant to cover airfare to Juneau.
Dwayne is currently choosing program material, but from hints he has already made, you can expect a rewarding concert.
We will likely also feature some smaller subsections of the band, a solo or concerto piece, and we may be joined by select students from TMHS.
To accomplish all this exciting stuff, we need a special commitment from all Juneau Wind Ensemble players. Our normal rehearsals will be starting, under the direction of the preparatory conductors. Dwayne will be arriving , and the Saturday rehearsal on will be under his direction. The following week (week before the concert) will be quite intensive. We will rehearse Tues., Thurs., and Fri. evenings, as well as our normal Saturday morning rehearsal on . We will be performing Sunday afternoon at either TMHS or the JAAC.
If you would like to play in the concert, please commit to attending rehearsals, and especially the intense final week.
The Juneau Wind Ensemble Board
Marching Band - Rehearsals for marching band are Mondays from 7-9PM at the Salvation Army. Rehearsals on 6/3, 6/10, 6/17, 6/24, 6/27 (Thursday). Concerts in the park Sunday June 30 at 3:00pm, and July 3 at noon. Marching in the 4th of July Juneau and Douglas parades.
Wind Ensemble - Concert March 15, 7:30pm at the JACC
Rehearsal: Saturdays 10-noon Salvation Army
Dress rehearsal: Friday March 8, 7:00pm at the JACC
Concert week rehearsal: Wednesday March 13, 7:00pm at Salvation Army
Conductor: Todd Hunt
Reindeer Band - First rehearsal Saturday Nov 17, Salvation Army 10am - 11:30am
Wind Ensemble - Concert November 10, 3PM @ TMHS. Rehearsals start September 1, 10am - noon, Thunder Mountain HS Band Room. Mike Bucy conducting
Marching Band - Rehearsals for marching band are Wednesdays, 7-9PM June 6 , 13, 20 and 27 at the Salvation Army Church. Amy Bibb conducting. Concerts in the park Friday June 30th Sunday July 3rd, 3:00 pm and marching in the 4th of July Juneau and Douglas parades.
Wind Ensemble - Concert May 20. Rehearsals start March 17, 10am - noon, Salvation Army. Midweek rehearsals: Thursday May 10, Tuesday May 15 and Thursday May 17 (6:30 - 9:00 dress rehearsal at JACC) . Todd Hunt conducting
See Pictures from the concert.
The Juneau Community Bands is a group of musicians and wind groups rehearsing and performing in Juneau, Alaska. Groups that are included are:
- Juneau Wind Ensenble: This group is for advanced adult musicians who, typically, have played in high school or college. The group presents two concerts a year playing exciting and challenging music for brass, wind, and percussion ensembles.
- Juneau Volunteer Marching Band: The Marching Band was organized to provide music for the Juneau parade in 1976. All musicians, teenage and older, are invited to participate. The band begins rehearsals each year in late May in preparation for the 4th of July. The band traditionally performs one or two sit-down concerts prior to the 4th, and marches in both the Juneau and Douglas parades.
If you are interested in playing in any of these groups use this form: Contact Us