Peabody Wind Ensemble
With typically about 80 musicians in its roster, the Peabody Wind Ensemble is one of the world's preeminent wind orchestras. The full ensemble performs four concerts each season, while the Peabody Chamber Winds, a smaller group whose members are selected from the full ensemble, performs two concerts per season. Our repertoire includes not only standards from symphonic winds literature, but also a significant number of very contemporary works, including frequent world premieres. One of the large ensembles of the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, our members are from many locations around the U.S. and other countries, ranging from freshmen to graduate students here at America's oldest music conservatory. We invite you to browse our pages to learn more about who we are and what we do, and we hope you will make it a point to attend our concerts. The Peabody Box Office has information on tickets and seating availability. Here is a brief description of what you will find on our pages:
Tracing the evolution of the Peabody Wind Ensemble from its beginnings through its development into today's exciting and dynamic musical force.
Biographical information on our conductor, student assistant conductors, ensemble manager, and a roster of this season's musicians.
Information on Peabody Wind Ensemble CDs and how to order them.