Wind Symphony

Deep in the Heart of Texas

The Wind Symphony wrapped up the last leg of their tour! They began their week with a visit to the Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas, where they enjoyed exploring the silos and vendors. Then the Wind Symphony headed down to Houston. They visited the Houston Texas Temple and later held a workshop and performance with the Cypress Springs High School Band. On Wednesday, the Wind Symphony took a trip to NASA’s famous Johnson Space Center. That evening, they performed at the Bayou Theater at the University of Houston–Clear Lake.

On Thursday, the group visited the Texas State Capitol and performed a music devotional at the Austin Stake Center. That Friday, the students traveled to San Antonio and enjoyed a break from performing; they visited Six Flags Fiesta Texas, the San Antonio River Walk, and the Alamo. Later a small selection of BYU students performed at the San Antonio East Stake Center, where they taught and answered any questions high school students had about BYU, the BYU School of Music, and other aspects of college life. After a final performance at the Watson Fine Arts Center of St. Philip’s College, the group headed home to Utah.

BYU Wind Symphony visits the Alamo.

Wind Symphony tours the Johnson Space Center.