The University of Mount Union Band and Instrumental Music Program provides a wide array of performance and instruction opportunities. Our ensemble experiences offer a prolonged love of art and music, challenge individual and group standards on varying levels, build a sense of citizenship in the band and community, and develop musicality across the board. Our directors have strong backgrounds in performance and education, and are very enthusiastic about sharing their passion and knowledge for the betterment of the music community.
Community and High School Opportunities
There are several ways for members of the community and high school students to get involved with the Band and Instrumental Music Program at Mount Union. The Concert Band (offered Spring semester) is open to members of the community, high school students, faculty, staff and students of the University of Mount Union. Tuba Christmas is a once-a-year opportunity for tuba and euphonium players to participate in the great tradition of low brass caroling. The Stark County Honors Flute Choir is an opportunity for talented high school flutists to rehearse and perform regularly with others of the same caliber. The Christmas Festival of Flutes is open to all flutists, including pre-formed groups from schools, churches and the community. For more information on any of these opportunities, contact one of the directors, or follow one of the below links.
Fall 2020 Band Camp Schedule | August 14-20
All students living on campus for the Fall 2020 semester will be able to move in to their assigned rooms on the morning of their scheduled band camp check-in date.
- August 14 — Leadership and Kappa Kappa Psi report to camp
- August 15 — Drum line, color guard, and twirlers report to camp
- August 16 — The remainder of the band reports to camp
- August 17-20 — Full days of band camp split into four daily segments
- August 21 — Beginning of First-year Orientation
- Daily Schedule TBA
- Season performance schedule can be found in the "Purple Raider Marching Band" tab below
*Once you are registered for marching band (MUS 267) you will have access to the band’s D2L page, which will have updated schedules, policies, music, and drill when available.