20th Anniversary Season Wrap-up
The Triangle Wind Ensemble's 20th Anniversary Season has drawn to a close, and we are very grateful to all our friends, family, audience members, sponsors, and partners who helped make this season great. Thank you all!
Our schedule for next season is as follows. Please check back in the fall for the details!
This season, the Triangle Wind Ensemble is celebrating 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. 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 when we make the film available to high school, college, and other community concert bands and wind ensembles later in 2019.
For the animation, we partnered with NCSU Associate Professor of Art + Design Marc Russo to develop this original 3D animation to accompany Sheltering Sky, an extraordinarily beautiful composition by the talented and widely-performed composer John Mackey.
For more information on this project, or to learn about how your organization can perform along with the animation, please Contact Us.
Own Your Own Sebastian!
While the lovable hero of our Sheltering Sky Animation, Sebastian, made his film debut at our April 13 concert, you may have the opportunity to get your hands on him yourself! Not one to be confined within a 3D animation, this adorable little guy now also exists in our world as an eight inch plush toy which you can take into your own home in exchange for your donation of $20 or more (plus shipping and handling, if needed). All funds raised from these donations will go directly toward the funding of this ambitious animation project. To get your own Sebastian, Contact us!
TWE Season Sponsors
Triangle Wind Ensemble members are all volunteers, but it is our aspiration to present the finest professional musical experiences for our audiences. We are seeking additional Season Sponsors to help us maintain our high standards and continue to create excellent music throughout the Triangle.
TWE members' contributions generate enough revenue each year to cover the costs of renting weekly rehearsal space and to pay a modest stipend to our wonderful Music Director/Conductor. We receive a small annual operating grant from the Town of Cary, and we in turn pay the Town for use of the performance facilities and technical services to produce our concerts at the Cary Arts Center and Booth Amphitheatre. All other expenses must paid for by ticket sales, grants, matching gifts from the employers of some of our members, and private donations. Here is where you can help!
The Triangle Wind Ensemble is seeking Season Sponsors for our 2019-2020 concert season. Donations of any amount are welcome, and are tax deductible as allowed by law. TWE is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions of $50 or more are recognized on each of our concert programs. Larger contributions enjoy the following benefits:
Contributions of $200 - $399 receive...
Contributions of $400 and up receive...
Will you help us create great music? Please click the donate button below or contact us for other payment options. Thank you!
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.