Performing Ensembles


Support for ensemble playing is an important element of the Augusta University Music Conservatory Program. As the need arises, ensembles of many different kinds can be created for either short-term or permanent duration.

Our ensembles are open to home school students, public and private school students, and others in appropriate age groups who wish to have another high quality ensemble performance opportunities.

Conservatory Vocal Ensemble

Augusta University Conservatory Vocal Music Ensemble

New * Specializing in a variety of musical genres ranging from traditional to pop, both accompanied and unaccompanied.
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Guitar Orchestra

Augusta University Music Conservatory Guitar Orchestra

New* to the Conservatory Ensemble offerings, this ensemble is for adults looking to be apart of a unique experience.
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Conservatory Wind Symphony

Augusta University Music Conservatory Wind Symphony Ensemble

The Conservatory Wind Symphony is for high school wind players with District/All-Region Band experience.
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Middle School Wind Symphony

Augusta University Music Conservatory Summer Band Camp

This ensemble is open to 6th-, 7th-, 8th- and 9th grade brass, woodwind, and percussion players who have had at least one year of instrumental band experience or at least one year of private lessons. The ensemble performs one concert at the end of the semester.
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Greater Augusta Youth Orchestras

Greater Augusta Youth Orchestra rehearsal Augusta University Music Conservatory ensembles

GAYO provides an outstanding opportunity for experienced middle school and high school string players, designed to augment the work they are doing in school orchestras or in private lessons.
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Sand Hills String Band

Augusta University Conservatory Sand Hills String Band music ensemble Performing at the Maxwell Theatre

A guitar, mandolin, and fiddle ensemble created to play bluegrass, jazz, popular songs and blues.
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