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Nebraska Wind Symphony


The Nebraska Wind Symphony, Omaha’s Community Concert Band, is a volunteer organization of over 75 adult musicians from all walks of life. We provide a positive group setting to encourage performance on wind and percussion instruments after high school or college. Since our formation in 1977 by Darwin “Tony” Snyder, the Wind Symphony has performed an annual concert series, two free summer concerts, and at other community events. Wind Symphony members are selected through an interview/audition process and pay annual dues. 40th Anniversary Concert Season Events: November 13, 2016, “Spanning the Globe”, 3 p.m. Omaha Conservatory of Music, 7023 Cass St. November 24, 2016, "Making Spirits Bright" (free), 7 p.m. The Holland Center February 19, 2017, “Past, Present, and Future”, 3 p.m. OCM April 9, 2017, “A Festive Celebration”, 3 p.m. OCM June 25, 2017, Summer Concert (free), 6 p.m. - TBD July 4, 2017, July 4 Concert (free), 6 p.m. Chalco Hills

Hours and Price - General
  • Hours: 3 pm. for formal concerts Now at Omaha Conservatory of Music, 7023 Cass St. February 19, 2017 - "Past, Present and Future" with Middle School All-Star Tubas April 9, 2017 – “A Festive Celebration” with guest narrator, Mayor Jean Stothert Doors open at 2:30 p.m.
  • Price: $5 Students/Seniors; $10 Adults; Children under 12 free Tickets available at the door the day of the performance For more information:
  • Season: 40th Concert Season, Omaha's Community Concert Band
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