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Symphony

Symphony Band

About the Symphony Band

The FSU Symphony Band is a concert band that was founded in the Fall of 2005 and presents a series of varied and diverse concerts throughout the year. We invite all experienced players of brass, woodwind and percussion instruments to join the Symphony Band.

Explore our past work in our photo gallery.

Membership

The Symphony Band is open to all Ferris students who are experienced players of brass, woodwind and percussion instruments. It is also open to experienced adult community members and talented musicians who are members in good standing with their high school music program. Playing interview is required.

The Symphony Band is open to all Ferris students who are experienced players of brass, woodwind and percussion instruments. It is also open to experienced adult community members and talented musicians who are members in good standing with their high school music program. A playing interview is required.

We invite all experienced players of brass, woodwind and percussion instruments to join the Symphony Band.

Rehearsals

Wednesdays, 7:30–9:00 p.m.
Music Center 108

Credit

Yes! Music 160: Symphony Band.
Meets General Education requirements: Cultural Enrichment. 1 Credit, repeatable.

Scholarships

Yes! Activity-Based Scholarships awarded based on attendance, contributions to ensemble and number of performances.

In most circumstances, students need to be members in good standing with their ensemble and its director, and students must participate in the ensemble in both the Fall and Spring semesters. Please contact Dr. Dale Skornia ([email protected]) for specific requirements and expectations for your ensemble.

The scholarships are awarded as Ability-Based Scholarships by the Office of the Dean of the College of Arts, Sciences and Education. A maximum of $1,500 can be awarded in a single year, and specific rules govern the award.

Please see the Guidelines for Awarding Ability-Based Scholarships for other details and requirements.

For More Information

Dr. Dale Skornia, Director
Music Center 107
231-591-2537
[email protected]