2018 Marching Band

School of Arts & Sciences

Ranger Marching Band

The Ranger Marching Band performs at all home football games and comprises of woodwinds, brass, percussion, and colorguard. Its purpose is to provide entertaining performances that draw the audience into the game, inspire the team to victory, represent the community with pride, and nurture a spirit of cooperation and sportsmanship. The band comprises of students representing a variety of disciplines who interact socially and contribute musically to the game-day atmosphere uniting the student body, university, and community in mutual camaraderie.

The Ranger Marching Band rehearses Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 7:30 AM. Membership is open to all Northwestern students regardless of major. Participation scholarships are available. To join, complete the "Ranger Band Pre-Registration Form" on this webpage.

Members of the Ranger Marching Band are required to attend band camp in August.  The drum line and the color guard start camp on August 9th.  The rest of the band starts on August 11th.  Click here to download the 2019 Band Camp Schedule.

There will be a simple placement audition at the beginning of band camp.  This is not an audition to get into the band.  The placement audition is used to assign parts to students.  It is required for the drum line, but it is optional for the rest of the band.  Students who choose not to audition will be placed on second or third part.  The music used for drum line placement can be download here.  The rest of the band will practice music and have placement on the first day of band camp.

Contact Mr. Michael Seth Cudd at mscudd@nwosu.edu or 580-327-8191 for more information. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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