ASU Wind Bands 2022-23 Season Highlights Collaborations

September 8, 2022

As part of ASU’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, ASU Wind Bands kicks off its 2022-23 season on September 15 at ASU Gammage with a concert featuring composers representing Argentina, Colombia, Cuba and the Mexico.

Joining them on stage are students from ASU Dance, CONDER|dance and Grupo BombAZo, a collective of musicians based in Phoenix.

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“The focus of this year’s concert season is collaboration,” said Jason CaslorDirector of Groups at ASU.

In addition to connecting with fellow musicians at two public high schools through joint concerts, Caslor said the wind bands have planned on-campus collaborations with ASU Dance, USS Theater, The new American film school Sidney Poitierme the ASU Composition Studio and the ASU Choral Program.

Other guest artists joining them this year include the composer Shuying Li, conductors Gillian MacKay and Lea McGrayand ASU faculty Nathan De’Shon Myers (baritone), Joe Burgstaller (trumpet), Brad Edwards (trombone) and Albie Micklich (bassoon).

“We are always looking for ways to bring guest artists to campus who will inspire and share their unique perspectives with our student musicians,” said Jamal DuncanAssociate Director of ASU Groups.

“We also think it’s important to showcase the incredibly talented performers at the School of Music, Dance and Drama,” Caslor said. “Sharing the stage with them is always a privilege.”

October sees the ASU Chamber Winds and the Maroon and Gold Band at the Madison Center for the Arts present music ranging from intimate chamber music to repertoire requiring a large concert band. November welcomes the Wind Symphony and Wind Ensemble to ASU Gammage for an evening inspired by the works of William Shakespeare, Langston Hughes and Nina Simone. The Wind Symphony slips into Thanksgiving with a student heading to DMA Dylan Madix‘s recital which rightly focuses on the theme of “home”.

Spring concerts include “Hollywood!” in January, the epic “Symphony in Bb” by Paul Hindemith in February, side-by-side with Tempe High School in March, and an April performance of David Maslanka’s “Traveler.” The Wind Symphony and Maroon and Gold Band close out the season at the end of April by celebrating student successes and achievements.

To view the full 2022-2023 season and concert repertoire, visit ASU Wind Bands website. Face coverings are recommended in indoor performance venues at music, dance and drama schools. University information on COVID-19 is available at

ASU Wind Bands 2022–23 season

ASU Wind Ensemble and Wind Symphony
“Celebrating Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month”
7:30 p.m., Thursday, September 15 | Tickets
ASU Gammaing

ASU Chamber Winds and Maroon and Gold Band
7:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 4 | Tickets
Madison Center for the Arts, Phoenix

ASU Wind Ensemble and Mountain Ridge High School Band
7 p.m., Wednesday, October 5
Mountain Ridge High School

ASU Wind Ensemble and Wind Symphony
“From Shakespeare to Simone”
7:30 p.m., Thursday, November 2 | Tickets
ASU Gammaing

ASU wind set
7:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 21
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ASU Wind Symphony and Maroon and Gold Band
“Give Us That Day”
7:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 29 | Tickets
ASU Gammaing

ASU wind set
7:30 p.m., Friday, January 27, 2023 | Tickets
ASU Gammaing

ASU Chamber Winds
7:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Katzin Concert Hall

ASU Maroon and Gold Band and Philharmonia
7:30 p.m., Tuesday, February 14, 2023 | Tickets
ASU Gammaing

ASU Wind Ensemble and Wind Symphony
“From Venice with love”
7:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 15, 2023 | Tickets
ASU Gammaing

Wind Symphony and Tempe High School Band
7 p.m., Wednesday March 22, 2023
Tempe High School

ASU wind set
7:30 p.m., Wednesday April 12, 2023 | Tickets
ASU Gammaing

ASU Wind Symphony & Maroon and Gold Band
“Stokowski’s Bells”
7:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 25, 2023 | Tickets
ASU Gammaing

Tickets for ASU Concerts Gammage are available for $12 at the ASU Gammage box office or can be purchased online at Ticketmaster (fees apply) for the general public. All students with an ASU, university or school ID card, as well as all Herberger Institute faculty and staff are eligible for free tickets.

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