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Professor Robert Feller, for more than 30 years, has pursued musical excellence as area coordinator of the woodwinds, brass and percussion. After serving as an adjunct for five years, Feller joined the faculty full time.
His efforts have made a significant impact on Conservatory students. The Symphonic Winds, a member wind ensemble led and directed by Feller, ended the —19 academic year with a day-long recording session at Warner Bros.
The Symphonic Winds, noted for the quality of its performances, had other notable performances this year. Feller recalls the growth of the area, specifically the Brass Ensemble, which has expanded over the years. In his role, Feller is responsible for hiring the finest adjunct faculty and studio artists to instruct applied lessons. Many of our applied instructors have stated that Biola students are their favorite students. Tony Plog , internationally recognized trumpet virtuoso and composer, presented a masterclass and taught individual trumpet lessons.
In addition, studio artists joined the Symphonic Winds for a one-night sectional masterclass. As the director of Symphonic Winds, Feller also leads a partnership between the ensemble and missions organization Heart to Heart International Ministries.
This past summer he took members of the Symphonic Winds to Bucharest, Romania for the seventh time. While in Romania, students served in orphanages and used music as an outreach tool to village communities. To learn more about the woodwinds, brass and percussion area, visit the Conservatory of Music website. A Vision Realized. Categories: News and Notes. George Boespflug. More Articles. Symphonic Winds Records at Warner Bros.
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