UNSW Wind Symphony
The Wind Symphony offers a congenial home, as well, to many of the woodwind and brass players on campus, and comprises about 50 players at any one time.
The Wind Band (as it was first called) was established by two undergraduate students, David Gilfillan and Emery Schubert, and gave its first concert on 26 May 1991.
Since 2013, the UNSW Wind Band has been known as the UNSW Wind Symphony, reflecting the shift in the ensemble's repertoire over its history.
Registration for the UNSW Wind Symphony in Term 3 close on the census date Sunday 13 October. If you are unable to use the below form, you can also complete it here.
LIME and SOAP fees are due by the census date Sunday 13 October. You can pay your fees here.
Rehearsals for Term 3 2019 commence on Tuesday 17 September, 4.00-6.15pm.