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The West Chester University Marching Band has a proud tradition of excellence with over 300 students on the field every fall. Over the past few years, West Chester University bands have been invited to perform at numerous conferences, parades, athletic events and exhibitions. The bands embrace their role as musical ambassadors in the university and are a vital part of the university and civic artistic communities.
The U.S. Naval Academy Drum & Bugle Corps is the oldest active drum corps in the country, and serves as the “college marching band” for the Naval Academy. Since the Naval Academy is a four year university, it has the full array of sports and activities that most colleges offer. The USNA Drum & Bugle Corps performs at dozens of events, such as Navy football and basketball games, military formations and parades, as well as a number of public relations events across the country
Founded in 1911, the University of Pittsburgh Marching Band is one of the great traditions that the university has to offer. With over 300 members, the Pitt Band is the largest and most visible student organization on campus. It is dedicated to excellence in marching and musical performance, promoting spirit on and off campus, and providing a memorable experience for all of its members.
The University of Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hen Marching Band is known throughout the northeast as a performance ensemble with an innovative approach to entertainment and an emphasis on musicality. Considered to be on the cutting edge of the marching band activity, the band achieves its goals through the incorporation of a variety of musical styles appealing to its wide variety of audiences.
The Minuteman Marching Band has long been a source of great pride for the University of Massachusetts and the surrounding region. The band’s award winning drumline, large and powerful horn section, and modernized color guard are known for their enthusiasm, excitement and excellence. At home football games, the “Power and Class” performs its traditional Post Game show for hundreds of enthusiastic, dedicated fans who don’t leave the stadium until the last note.
The UMaine Marching Black Bears are comprised of students who have the pride, spirit, and drive to be a part of a grand tradition on campus. The Black Bear Marching Band is open to all students on campus that have an interest in participating on an instrument. In addition to providing halftime entertainment, the band travels a few times each semester to away games and exhibitions.
With membership open to all students regardless of major, The Slippery Rock University Marching Pride is the largest and most visible student organization on the campus of Slippery Rock University. A rich history of excellence in the marching arts, the Marching Pride has performed at venues including the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and will perform at both the 2019 Limerick International Band Championship Parade in Limerick and the St. Patrick’s Festival Parade in Dublin, Ireland. Be a part of the tradition, be a part of the Pride!
The Shippensburg University “Red Raider” Marching Band is the largest student organization on campus and is home to over 170 non-music majors. The band performs almost every weekend at games and exhibitions for their love of music
The RAM Band is one of the highlights of Shepherd University. Known for their strong commitment to musical excellence and exciting shows, the RAM Band is in great demand throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. The band is NOT limited to Music Majors and is open to ALL university students.
The Liberty University Marching Band is an exciting company of brass, woodwind, and percussion instrumentalists, accented and accompanied by a full color guard. In true drum corps style, The Spirit of the Mountain maintains the highest level of excellence, discipline, and musicianship. Sporting uniforms of red, white and blue, the Band is a favorite at home football games, as guests at football games in other stadiums, and as featured performers in community events.
Lebanon Valley College’s Pride of the Valley is a 130+ member marching band under the direction of Dr. Christopher Heffner. The members of the marching band represent students from majors across campus.
Through 100 years of performance, today’s Bullets Marching Band, under the direction of Dr. Steven Marx, remains one of Division III’s premiere marching bands. With over 100 members, the Bullets Marching Band is one of the most visible musical ensembles at Gettysburg College. Composed of students from all majors and disciplines, it combines the best in music performance with outstanding marching in a fun college atmosphere.
The Boston University Bands program is dedicated to providing high-quality, educational, and meaningful music-making opportunities to all students of Boston University, regardless of major. Our ensembles provide a great musical outlet, and the venues and places in which we we perform add to the excitement of college life. Be part of a great college band and create music and memories, with school spirit and pride.