The Frederick Fennell Wind Studies Program was created in 2003 by a generous donation from John and Sandy Segerstrom Daniels in honor of legendary wind conductor, Frederick Fennell. The program offers a focused, high-level, quality education to dedicated instrumental music students interested in pursuing advanced studies of wind instruments. Students receive a college-preparatory curriculum, where they take a wide variety of courses, including music theory, musicianship and music history. Students have collaborated with conductors H. Robert Reynolds and Anthony Maiello, and artists such as composer Frank Ticheli. For more information, visit ocsarts.net/areas-of-study/school-of-music/instrumental-music/wind-studies/overview.