Our Mission

The Princeton University Wind Ensemble seeks to provide a place where university members can continue to challenge themselves to higher levels of repertoire, learn from their peers and conductor, and pursue their passion and enjoyment of music while on campus.


Upcoming Events

September 24th - First rehearsal of the season

Click here for a full schedule.


Listen to PUWE

This text will be replaced by the flash music player.
2014 Officers

Spring 2014


Julia Langer jlanger@princeton.edu
Nicole is a sophomore in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department. In addition to playing percussion in the Wind Ensemble, she is a sub-team leader for the Sierra Leone project of Engineers Without Borders and gives campus tours as an Orange Key tour guide. When she isn't yelling at her problem sets, she is cheering avidly and loudly for every Philadelphia sports team. In her free time, Nicole plays piano, reads any book she can get her hands on, and watches How I Met Your Mother.
Vice President
Brittany Lopetrone
Property Manager
Leigh Anne Schriever '16 leighas@Princeton.EDU
Leigh Anne is a sophomore who plays clarinet in the wind ensemble, as she has since her first semester at Princeton. She plans to major in the Woodrow Wilson School with certificates in American Studies and Contemporary European Politics and Society. Outside the classroom she is also the Vice President of SURGE, an environmental group on campus, and her other interests include old movies, all varieties of music, and watching hockey.
Concert Manager
Stephen Bork
Publicity Chair
SaiSai Chen
Event Manager
Bar Kadosh
Social Chair
Luyu Cheng luyuc@princeton.EDU
Coming from China, Luyu is a member of Class of 2016 who plays the trombone since his first semester at Princeton. He is a math major who plans for certificate in applications of computing and German language and culture. Outside classes, he enjoys reading, playing the accordion (an instrument he has been playing since 6 year old, unfortunately not used in Wind Ensemble), listening to classical music and running.
Historian and Alumni Chair
Julia Langer jlanger@princeton.EDU
Julia is currently a sophomore from NYC, planning on majoring in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. She is in her tenth year of playing flute and loves studying music theory. In addition to playing in Wind Ensemble, she plays flute in the Princeton University Sinfonia, can often be found doing various things for theater productions on campus, and is also the managing editor for Princeton’s Spoon magazine. Julia loves food, fun, books, music, walking, cats, and dancing around in her chair during Wind Ensemble rehearsals.