OHS Wind Symphony Performing at All-State Conference

Three individual students were also selected to perform in in state honor ensembles.

Oswego High School Wind Symphony has earned the honor of performing at the Illinois Music Educators Association All-State Conference on Friday, January 24th.

The Wind Symphony is the highest level band program at OHS. The band is comprised of students from grades 10 through 12, and they must audition to be accepted into the program. 

Students in Wind Symphony perform four concerts a year at OHS, as well as at various festivals and clinics throughout the year.

OHS was one of only six Illinois high school bands selected to perform at the Illinois Music Educators Association All-State Conference.

Bri Bradley, Nathan Krumholz and Tiana Ninic have also been selected to perform as individuals in the State Honor Ensembles as well as the Illinois Future Music Educators Association.

Provided by Oswego 308 


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