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Panther Marching Band Summer Newsletter
Summer, 2015
Greetings from UNI! I hope that you are having a great summer and are finding time to relax and enjoy
your time off from school.
To our new members: Welcome to UNI and welcome to the PMB! We are very excited to have you in
the Panther Marching Band next year. You will never have another experience in your life like your
college marching band experience. I am joined by our staff, student leadership, and veteran members
in welcoming you to our band program. It is our goal to help you to have an outstanding experience as
a new member of our band!
To our returning members: Welcome back! I am so excited to have you back in the band again this
year. Our band is only as good as the quality of our veteran classes, and I am very excited about the
quality of our returning members this year. All of you have made incredible contributions to the band,
and your experience and talent will make the 2015 “Panther” Marching Band “second to none!”
Preparations are under way for an outstanding 2015 marching season! The 2015 UNI home football
schedule is outstanding. We have some exciting shows and music planned for this season and I think
we are going to create some fantastic performances. Again this year we will prepare four different
halftime shows and a pregame show. In addition to our home games, we will also perform in Ames at
our game against the Iowa State. We are also working on some additional performances that are not set
in stone at this writing. Please continue to check your email over the summer for additions to the
performance calendar.
For the second year, we will perform a live show on the Great Hall stage of the Gallagher-Bluedorn
Performing Arts Center. When you return in August, you will be able to purchase our new CD, which
is a Live recording of last year’s Live show. Congratulations to the 2014 band for making a great
recording! The student Leadership Team is working very hard to make the 2015 season the best yet. I
want to thank the leadership for their willingness to give of their time for the good of the UNI marching
program.
This newsletter contains important information about the 2015 season and pre-season training camp.
Please take the time to read the entire letter so that you are prepared for the season and for our first
meeting in August.
We are looking forward to having you join us for an exciting season of music and drill! I hope you have
a wonderful summer and I will see you in August.
Sincerely,
D r. G alyen
319-273-2173
[email protected]
IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO, PLEASE COMPLETE THE ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM
SO THAT WE WILL BE READY FOR YOUR ARRIVAL IN AUGUST:
http://www.uni.edu/music/marchingband/join/
PLEASE NOTE THAT MANY OF OUR PROCEDURES HAVE CHANGED FROM PREVIOUS
SEASONS. VETERAN MEMBERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO READ CAREFULLY SO THAT YOU
ARE WELL INFORMED FOR CAMP AND OUR SEASON
PMB LEADERSHIP
Director
Dr. Daniel Galyen is the Director of the UNI Panther Marching Band. Dr. Galyen holds a B.A. in music
education from Virginia Tech, a Masters degree in music education with a wind conducting emphasis
from Syracuse University, and a Ph.D. in music education with a wind conducting concentration from
the University of Florida. At UNI, Dr. Galyen directs the Panther Marching Band, conducts the
Symphonic Band, and teaches courses in conducting and music education.
Assistant Director
Nicole Davis serves as the Band Director at Wapsie Valley Community Schools and also serves as
Assistant Director of the Panther Marching Band. Nicole holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in
music education from the University of Northern Iowa. She was a member of the Panther Marching
Band and served as Alto Saxophone Section Leader, Drum Major, and Graduate Assistant.
Colorguard Instructor
Amy Hunzelman serves as the Director of Education and Special Programs at the Gallagher-Bluedorn
Performing Arts Center (GBPAC). Amy holds a B.M. in Music Performance and B.A. in
Communications from the University of Iowa, a masters degree in Philanthropic and Nonprofit
Development from UNI, and has over ten years of colorguard coaching experience in the state of Iowa
and Illinois. Amy also performed with Brass Theatre, (now the broadway hit Blast!) in the mid ‘90’s
traveling the U.S. with the Canadian Brass.
Drumline Instructor
Barry Dvorak is a native of Cresco, Iowa. He studied percussion at UNI and served as the
Percussion Coordinator for the Cedar Falls Public Schools from 1989-2011. He has performed
with the WCF Symphony Orchestra and the Wartburg Community Symphony. Barry also serves
as the instructor of the UNI Winter Drumline.
Graduate Assistants
Craig Goettle is from Kenmare, North Dakota and graduated from the University of Saint Mary in North
Dakota with a BS in music education and a BA in trombone performance. This will be Craig’s second
year as a graduate student in music at UNI, and his first year as a GA with the Panther Marching Band.
Lucas Peterson is a native of Audubon, Iowa and earned his undergraduate degree in music education
from the University of Iowa in 2011. He was the band director at Woodbury Central High School for
four years before starting his master’s degree in music at UNI in 2015.
Kamarie Schmidt earned her music education degree from Eastern New Mexico University in 2014.
While at UNI she will pursue a Master of Music degree in Music Education. This will be Kamarie’s
second year as a Graduate Assistant for the PMB.
2015 Student Staff
The following Panther Marching Band members have been selected to serve as Staff for the 2015
season. Congratulations to the following staff members:
Staff Managers:
Lauren Donoho and Emma Thompson
Field Coordinators:
Alaura Bingham, Taylor Petersen, Ethan Seidenkranz, Amanda Worsfold
Equipment Managers: Paul Filippelli, Christa McCall, Ethan Seidenkranz, Christine Efferding
Michael Beaumont
Uniform Managers:
Jayda Reams, Jenn Michel, Michelle Cunningham, Katie Sandman
Morgan McDowell
Special Projects:
Justin Niday, Darien Gordon, Alanna Verner, Anna Baughman
Ann Strom, Katie Mons, Joel Wauters
2015 Drum Majors
Sierra Ackman, Sarah Baker, Claire Conrad, and Julie Kirkpatrick have been selected to serve as Drum
Majors for the 2015 season. We wish them well for a super season!
2015 Feature Twirler
We are excited to announce that Savannah Necker from Dewitt, Iowa has been named as our new
Feature Twirler. Savannah has twirled with the Central Dewitt High School Marching Band and the
TNT Dynamite Competitive Twirling Team, and has served as an instructor at Rhythm Avenue
Performance Academy.
2015 Section Leaders
The following Panther Marching Band members have been selected to serve as Section Leaders based
on their high standard of musicianship and dedication. The Section Leaders are charged with the task of
leading the section and preparing music and marching for performance during sectional rehearsals.
Flute
Elise Jacobson (music)
Sammy Peak, Kelsey Pettijohn, Anna Putnam
(marching)
Trombone
Sam Ogilvie (music),
David Herzog, Keaton Hull (marching)
Clarinet
Lauren Donoho, Kelsey Umthun (music)
Kacey Anderson, Page Flynn, Jessica
McAdams (marching)
Baritone/Tenor Sax
Shelby Siemers (music)
Anna Cavin (marching)
Saxophone
Mallory Vallentine (music)
Tia Heien, Nicole Norman, Joshua Hawkins
(marching)
Tuba
Nathan Jones (music)
Emily Routier (marching)
Mellophone
Amy Gissel (music)
Adam Peters (marching)
Percussion
Katie Hammond, Erin Norton (captain)
Paige McGrath (front line)
Trumpet
Jessy Batholomew, Rachel Bearinger (music)
Kayla Ohrt, Micayla Dawson, Andrew Turpen
Colorguard
Emily Doxsie, Lauren Turbett, Amanda
Worsfold
PRE-SEASON BAND REHEARSAL INFORMATION
Pre-Season band rehearsals (Band Camp) will be held on the following dates:
Drumline and Colorguard: August 15-21
Winds (Woodwinds and Brass): August 17-21
Registration – General Information
All students should report to the lobby of the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center for marching
band registration according to the schedule below:
Drumline and Colorguard: 10:00am on Saturday, August 15
New Wind Players: 8:00-10:00am on Monday, August 17
Returning Wind Players: 10:00am-11:30am on Monday, August 17
Please do not report to your residence hall until you have checked in with us at the Gallagher
Bluedorn Performing Arts Center lobby.
If you are uncertain of your dorm assignment, call the Department of Residence at 319-273-2333.
Note: Since band members are moving into their permanent dorm rooms at the beginning of camp,
we cannot provide dorm accommodations for off-campus marching band members.
Early Move-In: There is NO HOUSING COST to students who are living in the dorms. In the past,
some students who have a lengthy drive to campus have asked to move in the day before their assigned
move in date. There is a fee to move in one day early. The band staff is not involved in these
arrangements.
To
set
this
up,
please
complete
the
early
arrival
form
at
http://www.uni.edu/dor/earlyarrival.htm
Meals: All students (on and off-campus) will receive meals in the Piazza dining hall during the
preseason camp. These meals are provided at no cost to the student. Winds will receive meals starting
with dinner on August 17. Drumline and Guard will receive meals starting with dinner on August 15.
At the end of camp, dorm residents should refer to mailings from the residence hall staff concerning
future meals.
Monday Lunch: Lunch for Winds is not provided on Monday, August 17. Often, students will eat lunch
at a nearby restaurant with their family members, since lunch is immediately after move-in. However,
some parents and family members cannot stay through lunch. For this reason, all new students are
invited to eat lunch with veteran PMB members. At 11:00am, new students may meet in the lobby of
the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center for “Lunch with the PMB”. Members of our band
service co-ed sorority, Tau Beta Sigma, will join new members for lunch at a nearby restaurant. This
lunch is not included, so please bring cash. This event is optional.
COLORGUARD:
Colorguard students should report to the Lobby of the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center for
registration between 10:00am-10:30am on Saturday, August 15 (a schedule appears below). After
lunch, you will be allowed to move your belongings into the residence halls. The colorguard begins
rehearsals at 2:15 p.m. on Saturday, August 15. Please meet in the GBPAC lobby at this time. Meals
for colorguard will be provided during camp starting with dinner on Saturday, August 15.
The complete colorguard schedule for Saturday, August 15, 2015:
10:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Check in, Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center Lobby
10:30 AM – 1:45 PM
Move into Residence Halls and lunch on your own
2:00 PM – 5:15 PM
Guard Rehearsal (West Gym)
5:15-6:15 PM
Dinner (Provided, on campus)
6:15-9:00PM
Guard Rehearsal (West Gym)
A reminder that colorguard students must audition over the summer to be accepted into the guard. If
you have not yet auditioned, please visit the website below for audition information:
http://www.uni.edu/music/marchingband/colorguard/index.html
DRUMLINE
Drumline/Frontline students should report to the Lobby of the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts
Center for registration between 10:30am-11:00am on Saturday, August 15 (a schedule appears below).
After lunch, you will be allowed to move your belongings into the residence halls. The drumline begins
rehearsals at 2:15 p.m. on Saturday, August 15. Please meet in the GBPAC Davis Hall at this time.
Meals for drumline will be provided during camp starting with dinner on Saturday, August 15.
The complete drumline schedule for Saturday, August 15 is as follows:
10:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Check in, Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center Lobby
10:30 AM – 1:45 PM
Move into Residence Halls and lunch on your own
2:00 PM – 5:15 PM
Rehearsal (GBPAC Davis)
5:15-6:15 PM
Dinner (Provided, on campus)
6:15-9:00PM
Rehearsal (GBPAC Davis)
Drumline (including frontline/pit) students must audition for a position on the line over the summer,
preference is given to auditions received prior to July 13, 2015. If you have not yet auditioned, please
visit the website below for audition information:
http://www.uni.edu/music/marchingband/drumline/index.html
WIND PLAYERS:
On Monday, August 17, new members will register between 8:00 and 10:00 a.m., and veteran
members will register between 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. – both at the lobby of the Gallagher
Bluedorn Performing Arts Center. You will register for marching band, be issued music, T-shirt, shorts,
baseball hat, and instrument if you requested one (see additional information under Instruments below).
After you have completed your registration, new members are free to move into residence halls until
12:30 p.m., and vets are free until 3:00 p.m. At 12:30 p.m. new members will have a short meeting in
the Dome, followed by our first marching rehearsal at 1:00 p.m. (also in the Dome). At 3:00 p.m., vets
will meet in the GBPAC Great Hall.
Please refer to the following schedule for Monday, August 17:
WINDS SCHEDULE FOR MONDAY, AUGUST 17:
New Winds
8:00 am - 10:00 am
8:15am - 12:30pm
11:00am - 12:30 pm
12:30pm - 1:00 pm
1:00pm - 2:30 pm
2:30pm - 3:30 pm
3:30pm - 5:15 pm
5:15pm - 6:30 pm
6:30pm - 9:30 pm
9:45 pm -
New Wind Players Registration [GBPAC lobby]
Immediately after Registering in GBPAC lobby, move-in to residence
halls (lunch on your own during this time)
Optional: New Winds meet in GBPAC lobby at 11:00am for lunch with
Veteran PMB members
New Member Orientation Meeting [UNI-Dome]
Guard/New Member Winds Marching Instruction [UNI-Dome]
New Member Break
Music Rehearsal [Winds in GBPAC; Guard in West Gym; Perc in
Davis]
Dinner at Piazza
Marching Instruction – all members [UNI-Dome]
S’mores Social [outside of Shull Hall]
Returning Winds
10:00am - 11:30 am
10:15am - 3:30pm
3:00pm - 3:30 pm
3:30pm - 5:15 pm
5:15pm - 6:30 pm
6:30pm - 9:30 pm
9:45 pm -
Returning Wind Players Registration [GBPAC lobby]
Immediately after Registering in GBPAC lobby, move-in to residence
halls (lunch on your own during this time)
Veteran Orientation [GBPAC Great Hall]
Music Rehearsal [Winds in GBPAC; Guard/West Gym; Perc/Davis]
Dinner at Piazza
Marching Instruction – all members [UNI-Dome]
S’mores Social [outside of Shull Hall]
TYPICAL BAND CAMP WEEK SCHEDULE (Starting on Tuesday):
The preseason camp daily schedule will follow an 8:15 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. schedule, except on Monday
when camp starts. Below is a typical schedule, although an exact schedule with some variations to this
will be given to you on arrival at camp.
8:15 am - 10:15 am
10:15 am - 10:30 am
10:30 am - 11:30 am
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
12:45 pm - 2:30 pm
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
3:00 pm - 3:45pm
3:45pm - 4:00pm
4:00 pm - 5:15pm
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
9:45pm
Rehearsal
Break
Rehearsal
Lunch
Rehearsal
Break
Rehearsal
Break
Rehearsal
Dinner
Rehearsal
Planned Social Activity (Optional)
Note: SATURDAY, AUGUST 22 will be used for student uniform check out. Please be available
Saturday afternoon between 1:00pm-4:00pm to get your uniform at Russell Hall.
MUSIC MAJOR ENSEMBLE AUDITIONS
Those students who are scheduled to audition for Wind Symphony/Orchestra/Symphonic Band on
Friday, August 21 will be excused at least one hour prior to the audition to prepare. In many cases, you
may be granted additional time depending on the schedule. At check in, you will have an opportunity
to indicate that you are auditioning so that we are aware you will be leaving rehearsal early.
INSTRUMENTS
If you requested a university instrument on the registration form, your instrument will be ready for you
on Monday, August 17. You will be asked to sign a form assuming responsibility for this instrument, its
care, normal use, and proper return. The instrument rental fee per semester is approximately$40.00.
This price is determine by the School of Music and applies to all instruments and all ensembles. The
price may change slightly over the summer depending on School of Music policy changes. This fee will
be added to your U-bill. You need to provide your own reeds, ligature, oil, lyre, flip folder, etc.
ITEMS STUDENTS MUST PURCHASE FOR PARTICIPATION IN PMB
There are several items that students must purchase to participate in PMB. Some items you must order
over the summer on your own and bring to camp with you in August. These include flip folders,
marching shoes, and gloves. Other items will be purchased through our website when you register, and
include your PMB T-shirt, shorts, and baseball hat, which we will have ready for you when you check
in for band camp. Please see the checklist below to make sure you have purchased all required items
prior to arrival.
I. ITEMS YOU MUST PURCHASE INDEPENDENTLY AND BRING WITH YOU TO CAMP:
(please also see “Where to Purchase” below)
WINDS
1. FLIP FOLDERS
Wind players should have a lyre and flip folder with approximately 20-30 pages and a lyre.
Please have these items with you when you come to camp.
2. WHITE MARCHING SHOES
Wind students are expected to provide their own white marching shoes. Acceptable brands of
marching shoe are: Drillmasters, Style Plus, Speedster, Bando, Directors Showcase, or Dinkles.
The shoes MUST be white and have a WHITE OUTSOLE (the part that contacts the ground must
also be white). See below about where to order.
3. WHITE GLOVES
Wind players are expected to provide their own white gloves. We recommend that you have at
least two pair. Any all-white marching glove listed at the websites below is acceptable.
PERCUSSION
(Percussionists do not wear gloves)
1. THREE-RING BINDER
All percussionists should have a three ring binder of an appropriate size to hold 50 or more
pages of music. We also recommend that you provide plastic sleeves for you to insert your
music in the binder in order to avoid tearing.
2. WHITE MARCHING SHOES
Percussion students are expected to provide their own white marching shoes. Acceptable
brands of marching shoe are: Drillmasters, Style Plus, Speedster, Bando, Directors Showcase, or
Dinkles. The shoes MUST be white and have a WHITE OUTSOLE (the part that contacts the
ground must also be white). See below about where to order.
GUARD
1. 6 FOOT SILVER ALUMINUM FLAG POLE
Recommended link:
http://www.bandshoppe.com/catalog/productDetail.do?p=Aluminum_Flag_Poles
2. PRACTICE SILK, SIZE 36x54, TEAL COLOR
Recommended link:
http://www.bandshoppe.com/catalog/productDetail.do?p=In_Stock_Rectangle_Poly_China_Silk
_Budget_Flags
3. PERFORMANCE SHOES
All guard students will need Black Kulerswift guard shoes (see link below)
http://www.bandshoppe.com/catalog/productDetail.do?p=Style_Plus_Kulerswift_Gaurd_Shoes
4. PERFORMANCE GLOVES
The colorguard performs with Nude Fingerless Guard Gloves (see link below)
http://www.bandshoppe.com/catalog/productDetail.do?p=Fingerless_Guard_Gloves
WHERE TO PURCHASE:
Any of the following companies would be acceptable vendors for purchase of shoes, gloves,
and flip folders:
Band Shoppe http://bandshoppe.com
Bandmans www.bandmans.com
American Band www.americanband.com
Style Plus www.styleplusband.com
Smith-Walbrige www.swbandproducts.com
ITEMS YOU WILL PURCHASE DURING ONLINE REGISTRATION
During online registration students are prompted to purchase the package of items appropriate for their
year/instrument. Packages are:
New Wind Member (55.00) includes PMB shirt, shorts, baseball hat, and band fees
Returning Wind Member (40.00) includes PMB shorts ad band fees
New Percussionist (95.00) includes PMB shirt, shorts, baseball hat, all sticks/mallets/heads, band fees
Returning Percussionist (80.00) includes PMB shorts, all sticks/mallets/heads, and band fees
Colorguard (New and Returning Members) (65.00) includes PMB shorts (required), equipment, fees
Shirt/Shorts/Baseball Hat will be worn at all performances. During online registration, you will need to
pay for the above package with a credit or debit card. Please make sure you have completed the online
registration before July 31, 2015: http://www.uni.edu/music/marchingband/join.html
UNIFORMS
Uniforms will be issued during preseason camp. Please refer to the band handbook given at camp for
detailed responsibilities regarding the uniform.
ACCESSORIES
When you arrive for registration, you will have the option to purchase the 2014 PMB CD ($10.00). The
CD is optional. The only method of payment we may accept is check or cash.
SOCIAL EVENTS
As you may already know the UNI Band likes to have fun!! During preseason camp several social
events have been organized for your enjoyment. We encourage you to attend them all!
REHEARSAL DRESS CODE
Be sure to bring comfortable clothes for marching. Shoes should be well broken in and comfortable.
No sandals, flip-flops, or open toe shoes are allowed. Students should bring sunscreen and sunglasses
for occasional outdoor rehearsals. Clothing with inappropriate language or suggestive content is
prohibited. Clothing should cover the body in a way appropriate for school.
REMEMBER
Please check your fall schedule to be sure that you are enrolled in Marching Band.
Freshman/Sophomore course number: MUS ENS 1180
Junior/Senior course number: MUS ENS 3180
Graduate student course number: MUS ENS 5180
WORK STUDY
If you are eligible and have received an award letter for “Work Study”, there are work opportunities
available as a member of the support staff in the School of Music. Contact Tammy Hook in the music
office located at 115 Russell Hall; phone 319-273-2024 or [email protected]
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION/UNI NOW
All new students will be able to participate in both Panther Marching Band and UNI Now New Student
Orientation. The Panther Marching Band and UNI Now have collaborated to create a customized
experience that allows students to participate in certain activities of both programs. Students will be
excused from rehearsal to attend certain UNI Now events on Thursday, which will be outlined in your
camp schedule on your arrival at camp. Certain UNI Now programs offered on Friday will be offered
for PMB students on Saturday so that students can attend camp. A complete schedule will be provided
for you when you arrive at camp on August 17.
LOFTS
Previously we offered extended breaks on Thursday so that students could pick up lofts. Lofts are now
standard in all residence halls and will be in place when you arrive, so the worry of picking up and
assembling lofts has now been alleviated.
WORKING ON CAMPUS
Training sessions for students who work on campus (dining halls, etc.) often conflict with band camp
rehearsals. Campus employers will hold a separate training session for marching band students that
does not conflict with rehearsal. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO CONTACT YOUR EMPLOYER TO
ARRANGE YOUR TRAINING SESSION. Students are not excused from band to attend these training
sessions.
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
The band pays the costs associated with room and board for band students during the week of band
camp. This is done with the understanding that you will function as a full member of the band during
the 2015 season. If you arrive at camp and then decide to not continue with band, it is possible that
you may be charged for your meals and your stay in the residence hall. In addition, it may not be
possible for us to issue refunds for materials you have purchased (band T-shirt, baseball hat, shorts).
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL
Our Performance in the 2015 London New Year’s Day Parade was a tremendous success! With great
certainty we can now tell you that the Panther Marching Band WILL travel again in 2015/16 or
2016/17. An announcement will be made in the next year about our travel location. This statement is
included here to encourage you to start saving now so that you can afford to travel with the PMB when
the time comes!!
REHEARSALS
Once the semester starts, we will follow the following Class/Rehearsal Schedule:
Monday
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Friday
3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Rehearsal Location: UNI Dome
CONTACTS
If your questions were not answered in this newsletter or for further assistance, please contact:
Danny Galyen, Director
Susan Grover, Secretary
Nicole Davis, Assistant Director
Amy Hunzelman, Guard Instructor
Barry Dvorak, Drumline Instructor
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
319-273-2173
319-273-2025
319-273-3679
2015 BAND CAMP AND PERFORMANCE CALENDAR:
Please mark your calendars with these dates!
Date
Event
Time
July 11, 2015
Leadership Retreat
TBA
July 31, 2015
Marching Band Online Registration Due
August 15-16, 2015
Preseason Leadership Weekend
August 15-21, 2015
Preseason Band Camp for Drumline and Colorguard
August 17-21, 2015
Preseason Band Camp for Woodwinds and Brass
September 5, 2015
UNI at Iowa State
TBA
September 12, 2015
Eastern Washington at UNI
TBA
October 17, 2015
Western Illinois at UNI (Homecoming)
TBA
October 31, 2015
South Dakota at UNI
TBA
November 7, 2015
Indiana State at UNI (Band Day, Family Weekend)
TBA
November 8, 2015
Band Banquet
6pm
November 9, 2015
PMB LIVE SHOW (at GBPAC Great Hall)
7:30pm
November 21, 2015
Southern Illinois at UNI
TBA
November 27 or 28, 2015
Possible Playoff Game (Volunteer Band)
TBA
December 4 or 5, 2015
Possible Playoff Game (Full Band)
TBA
December 11 or 12, 2015
Possible Playoff Game (Full Band)
TBA
December 18 or 19, 2015
Possible Playoff Game (Full Band)
TBA
January 10, 2015
Possible National Championship Game (Frisco, Texas, Full
Band)
TBA
Please refer to the calendar on our website for game times.
Game times are usually announced over the summer and will be placed on our site as soon as
announced: http://www.uni.edu/music/marchingband/calendar.html
GO PANTHERS!!!
GET READY FOR AN EXCITING FALL!
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