Welcome to Wind Studies!

The Frederick Fennell Wind Studies program was started with the hopes of creating a college/conservatory prep program for woodwind, brass, and percussion students. Within the past decade, we have developed the program into one of the premiere high school wind band programs in the country.

The Wind Studies Program curriculum is made up of our Frederick Fennell Wind Ensemble, the Symphonic Band, Master Class, Chamber Music, Ensemble Sectionals, and Core Classes: Theory, Composition, and Career Explorations. Throughout the year, students participate in multiple large ensemble and chamber music performances and festivals, and we frequently bring professional musicians and conductors on campus to interact with our students. I'd like to invite you to explore our upcoming performances/events on our calendar to stay up-to-date with the happenings of the Frederick Fennell Wind Studies Program. This new information platform will serve as our main point of communication with both our current and prospective students and families!

 

To the fore,

Jeffrey E. de Seriere II

Coordinator, Frederick Fennell Wind Studies Program

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Q: Why is the Parent Funding Agreement so important?

A: The PFA is the donation* each family pledges to the Conservatory. Your pledges help support all aspects of the Conservatory program. It pays for the components of a vibrant and multi-faceted musical program, including library maintenance, new instruments and equipment, instructor salaries, guest artist fees and extracurricular activities. 

*Donations are tax deductible. 

Q: Why is the Parent Funding Agreement so important?

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