Conor Nelson, director
Flute Choir is usually offered in the fall semester and at other times upon request. Smaller ensembles are available both semesters. The ensembles offer the experience of using the alto and bass flutes along with piccolos and standard flutes.
Andrew Pelletier, director
The Horn Club, founded by the late Herbert Spencer and now under the direction of Andrew Pelletier, is comprised of students, staff, alumni and community members performing a wide variety of music of transcribed and original music for horn ensemble. The group performs several times annually, both on and off campus, including educational outreach concerts.
Brittany Lasch, director
The Trombone Choir, under the direction of William Mathis, is comprised of undergraduate and graduate trombone majors in the college performing a wide variety of music of transcribed and original music for large and small trombone ensembles. This group maintains both a performance and pedagogical mission, where students of all levels perform together and learn from each other. The ensemble performs regularly on- and off-campus and has been featured at churches, public schools and universities in Ohio and Michigan.
Charles Saenz, director
The Bowling Green Trumpet Ensemble was founded in 1983 by Professor Emeritus of Trumpet Edwin Betts and several graduate trumpet students at the College. Currently under the direction of assistant professor of trumpet Charles Saenz, the ensemble, comprised of ten to 12 members, performs on a regular basis on and off the campus including regular trips to perform at the annual Ohio meetings of the International Trumpet Guild.
The Ensemble provides students the opportunity to hone their performance and ensemble skills in an intensive chamber music environment, exploring the breadth of trumpet ensemble music from the Baroque to the present.