NUS Wind Symphony to debut new commissioned work

NUS Wind Symphony to debut new commissioned work

Written by Thomas Harper and NUS Wind Symphony Daily life as a student at NUS is challenging. Not only is the workload significant, but there’s a constant, underlying message that today’s students will be tomorrow’s leaders, and that it will be our challenge to forge...
Conducting Perspectives with Rodney Winther

Conducting Perspectives with Rodney Winther

Rodney Winther is Professor Emeritus of Music and recently retired after fourteen years (1997-2011) as Director of Wind Studies and Professor of Music at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.  His duties at CCM included conducting the Wind...
The Music of David Maslanka

The Music of David Maslanka

Best known for his wind ensemble compositions, David Maslanka studied composition with Joseph Wood and did masters and doctoral study in composition at Michigan State University under H. Owen Reed. Maslanka has published nearly 130 works, of which are forty pieces for...
In the Lounge with Matthew Maslanka

In the Lounge with Matthew Maslanka

The Band Post speaks to Matthew Maslanka on his first trip to Asia, his relationship with his dad (David Maslanka) and career advices for budding Euphonium places. This interview is part of the coverage for the 9th Taiwan Band Clinic (2016). TBP: How did it feel to be...
The 9th Taiwan Band Clinic

The 9th Taiwan Band Clinic

Organized by the Taiwan Band Directors Association, the 9th Taiwan Clinic takes place in Hsinchu Country, Taiwan from 29 April to 1 May 2016 at the Performance Hall of Cultural Bureau. This year, The Band Post will be covering all events of the international band and...
Introducing David Maslanka

Introducing David Maslanka

David Maslanka is a composer well-known for his Symphonies (2nd, 3rd and 4th). He has studied composition with Joseph Wood and H. Owen Reed. Other works of his include, Give Us This Day and “A Child’s Garden of Dreams” for Symphonic Wind Ensemble....