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Honor Orchestra Festival 2017

Oct 5, 2017 Join us November 30-December 2, 2017 for the Annual High School Honor Orchestra Festival!
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Honor Bands Festival 2017

Oct 2, 2017 Join us December 7-9, 2017 for the Twenty-second Annual High School Honor Bands Festival! Application deadline November 1.
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2017 Ohio Summer Music Camps

Mar 30, 2017 Join us in the beautiful setting of Athens, Ohio to make music with the renowned faculty of the Ohio University School of Music.
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Orchestra Celebrates 100th Anniversary of OHIO School of Music with Performance in Chicago

Jan 25, 2017 Free One-Hour Concert at Roosevelt University's Ganz Hall on Sunday, February 5, 2017
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Trombone Day 2017 is Sunday Jan. 29!

Jan 6, 2017 A full day of activities Sunday, January 29, featuring a public recital at 4:30 p.m. in Glidden Hall.
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Ohio University Honor Choir & Orchestra 2017

Nov 17, 2016 Celebrate the winter in beautiful Athens, Ohio, at the annual Honor Choir & Orchestra Festival.
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Faculty Chamber Music Recital

Oct 14, 2016 Featuring Ohio Brass (Faculty Brass quintet) Athenia Trio (Faculty Woodwind Trio) Gabriel Prynn (Cello) Rebecca Rischin (Clarinet) Youmee Kim (Piano)
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Blue Streak Ensemble to Perform at Ohio University

Mar 1, 2016 Blue Streak Ensemble to perform on campus.
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FLUTE FEST, CLARINET GALA & DOUBLE REED EXTRAVAGANZA 2016

Feb 16, 2016 The Ohio University Flute Fest, Clarinet Gala & Double Reed Extravaganza 2016 is designed for flutists, clarinetists, oboists and bassoonists who wish to participate in an exciting day of collegiate and high school masterclasses and guest performances, in conjunction with the Honors Flute, Clarinet and Double Reed Choirs, featuring high school and collegiate instrumentalists from around the region.
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Expo Spotlight: Music students create compositions with innovative instruments

Apr 23, 2015 Tired of the limitations of conventional instruments, Turner Matthews and Jake Schlaerth began creating their own, composing pieces for them and performing.
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