Woodwind studies at UF are designed to produce a well-rounded musician with knowledge in music history, music theory, performance practices, and instrumental pedagogy. The goal is to prepare the student for a variety of possible professions and/or further study after graduation.
Woodwind study includes individual lessons and studio classes with full-time resident faculty artists/teachers. The School of Music provides a wide variety of performance opportunities for woodwind players including studio recitals, Woodwind Area recitals, School of Music Convocations, guest artist master classes, and the annual Concerto Competition. Various local and regional ensembles and venues provide further opportunities for off campus performing.