KTEP - El Paso, Texas

El Paso Wind Symphony

Tuesday at 8pm

KTEP is proud to present the 2016-2017 season of the El Paso Wind Symphony under the direction of Dr. Ron Hufstader.

The El Paso Wind Symphony is a concert band organized by Dr. Ron Hufstader and a small group of El Paso area band directors in the spring of 1995. The band consists of Greater El Paso residents, most of whom are band directors in area public and private schools. The primary purposes of the group are 1) to present concerts of quality wind literature to the public on a professional level; 2) to provide educational opportunities for middle school, high school, and college instrumental students; and 3) to provide a role model for middle school, high school, and college band programs. The Wind Symphony consists of approximately 45 players. This includes woodwind, brass, and percussion—the normal instrumentation for a concert band or wind ensemble.  

Join KTEP tonight at 8pm, for the El Paso Wind Symphony.  Tonight's program was performed on February 17, 2017 at the UTEP Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall and features the TMEA and ATSSB All-State high school musicians performing with the El Paso Wind Symphony.