The Campbell University Wind Ensemble is a concert band which plays grade four and grade five literature. In the Fall Semester the ensemble typically performs selections from sacred to higher art music. In the Spring Semester the ensemble plays their annual Pops Concert which, in the past, has featured music from Disney, Broadway, Comic Books, Rock and Roll, etc…
Eligibility & Requirements
- The ensemble is open to all Campbell University students.
- Participating students can receive Fine Arts credit when they enroll in Wind Ensemble (MUSC 456).
Dr. Charles Dwayne Wilson
Campbell University Wind Ensemble is under the direction of Campbell University Director of Instrumental Studies Dr. Charles Dwayne Wilson.
The ensemble meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 1pm to 1:50pm in the Band Room (#153) in Taylor Bott Rogers Fine Arts Building.
Group performance attire:
- Women – all black attire in the form of dresses, skirts, blouses, or dress pants
- Men – black tuxedos (discounted tuxes can be purchased through the CU Band Office)
- Join the largest FAMILY on campus
- Possible Scholarship Opportunities
- Great Resume Builder/Graduate School Applications
- Continue to Do Something You Love “Making Music”
- Make Memories and Friends
“What Campbell Bands Means”
“Campbell Bands is my safe haven and my home away from home.”
(Olivia Exum, Music Education, Class of 2020)
“It’s where my closest friends are.”
(Jeff Campbell, Sports Management, Class of 2020)
“When I first got to Campbell as a freshman in 2016, it provided me with instant friends, which eventually became my family. My home away from home.”
(Nate Evans, Criminal Justice Administration, Class of 2020)
“Campbell Bands means home. A place where I can be myself, apart of something I never imagined, making music and memories that will last forever.”
(Kaitlyn Havican, Music Education, Class of 2021)
“It is what brought me to Campbell and it is where I learned not only about music but about life. Without Campbell Band program I would not be the person I am today.”
(John Owens, Sports Management, Class of 2009)
“I would not be where I am today without all the lessons learned and relationships formed through being a member and leader of the Campbell Bands. It was truly a life changing experience that I take with me through every other journey I have walked since graduation.”
(Rebekah Simpson Lockhart, Music Education, Class of 2012)
“As a member of Campbell Bands through two degrees, Campbell Bands means family to me. I couldn’t have asked for a more encouraging and positive community to be a member of and to have as as a positive outlet throughout my time at Campbell. My time at CU wouldn’t have been the same without them!”
(Leah Main, Biology Class of 2016, Doctor of Physical Therapy Class of 2019)
Join the Family!
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