You are cordially invited to become a member of one of the most exciting and rewarding organizations on the
Towson Campus--The Towson University Band. College life means many things to many people, but for the men and women of
the Towson Bands, the fun and excitement of college life is even more fulfilling. It is a great thrill to hear the roar of the crowd as
the marching band performs its show, or to sit on stage and perform some of the finest concert literature ever written.
You do not have to be a music major or minor to be a member of one of the bands. That's right! Band membership includes future
doctors, lawyers, computer programmers, and business people, as well as music majors and minors. Leaders in every field have
cited their college band experiences as outstanding forces in their own personal development and success.
2004 Symphonic Band
Band is a time when you can come together with colleagues from all areas of campus and focus on the performance of great music.You may be surprised
to find that band rehearsals are not scheduled for every day. In fact band can actually provide a stimulating diversion to your hectic daily academic
We invite you to browse around our web site and learn more about the Towson University Bands.If you have any additional questions please
contact the Director of Bands Dr. Dana Rothlisberger via email at email@example.com or call the Band office at 410.704.2765.
Please join us for the TU Symphonic Band's fall concert on November 2nd at 8:15 pm. One of the highlights from this program will be Aesop's Fables by Scott Watson, with narration by Alan Walden of WBAL. The concert will also include Johan de Meij's arrangement of Darius Milhauds' Trois Rag-Caprices, Jay Bocook's A Boy's Dream, Philip Rhodes' Three Pieces for Band, and A.B.A “Kitty Hawk” Symphony March by John Cheetam.