April 4 Voices Concert Cancelled
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Triangle Wind Ensemble has cancelled our April 4 concert, Voices. Any tickets that had already been purchased for this concert will be refunded in full. We hope to program these same wonderful compositions next season.
Our next concer, Animation Magic — The Music of Disney, is still scheduled to go ahead on May 24 at Booth Amphitheatre, so we hope to see all our fans then. In the meantime, we invite you to head over to our YouTube page to watch some of our great recordings.
Best wishes to all during these challenging times.
Pack a picnic and join us for music under the stars at Cary's Booth Amphitheatre. This concert will feature music from all you favorite Disney movies... Frozen? Yup! Moana? Very likely! Star Wars? No doubt! Fantasia? Certainly!
Kids 12 and under get in FREE, and are welcome to wear a costume of their favorite Disney hero or heroine!
During our 2018-19 season, the Triangle Wind Ensemble celebrated our 20th Anniversary Season. While many groups commission compositions for such milestone anniversaries, we decided to take a different approach. We instead chose to give ourselves, and the wind band community as a whole, the present of an original Fantasia-like animation specifically created to accompany an already existing piece of wind band music. The piece we chose was John Mackey's beautiful composition, Sheltering Sky. We premiered this animation at our concert on April 13, 2019 and received a wonderful reception from our audience. We hope that this gift will help engage audiences across the globe, because the animation is now available for use by concert bands and wind ensembles worldwide, who may obtain a license to screen the animation during their own performance of Sheltering Sky.
Visit our Sheltering Sky Animation page for more information.
Hendry Urbano Tuba Fundraiser
The Triangle Wind Ensemble is an adult wind ensemble based in North Carolina's Triangle region. Many of the area's most talented wind and percussion players join together to practice and perform an exciting range of music for audiences in both formal and informal settings. Our repertoire includes transcriptions of classical orchestral music, original compositions for wind band, small ensemble pieces, popular medleys and arrangements, as well as holiday and patriotic music for special occasions. We present multiple concerts each season in locations across the Triangle, including Raleigh, Durham, Cary, and Chapel Hill.