CCM Wind Symphony Concert Celebrates Achievements of Retiring Director of Wind Studies

Rodney Winther with CCM Interim Dean Frank Weinstock.

Rodney Winther with CCM Interim Dean Frank Weinstock.

CCM director of Wind Studies Rodney Winther conducts his final CCM Wind Symphony concert on June 4 at 8 p.m. in Corbett Auditoriumin CCM Village, before retiring after 14 years with CCM.

This concert is also part of the first CCM Wind Studies Alumni Weekend, in which alumni have been invited to sit in on rehearsals, attend concerts and even perform in the final Wind Symphony concert. In addition to the Wind Symphony concert, the weekend will include performances by the Chamber Winds and Wind Ensemble along with a post-concert reception. You can view a full schedule for the weekend here.

Titled “CCM Alumni Concert – A New Beginning,” the June 4 Wind Symphony concert will celebrate Winther’s career and the next chapter for the Wind Studies Department.

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Chamber Players’ Conductor Rodney Winther Makes His Last Bow with the Ensemble

Rodney Winther (far right) and the CCM Chamber Players.

CCM’s Director of Wind Studies Rodney Winther makes his final appearance as conductor of the Chamber Players this weekend, in a concert featuring the music of Mozart and Schwantner. Winther’s tenure comes to a close as he retires at the end of this academic year, finishing 13 years as Director of Wind Studies and Professor of Music at CCM. He is also responsible for the Chamber Winds and CCM Wind Symphony: his final concert with this ensemble is later this month. Read more about Rodney here.

We thank Rodney Winther for his years of dedication to CCM, and invite you  to join us in celebrating him during his final concerts here!

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