About the Band
The Stevenson University Marching Band is a contemporary style university marching band. Membership is open to all Stevenson University students, including non-music majors. The band uses standard woodwind, brass and percussion instruments and synthesizers, guitars and colorguard. The main requirement to join the SU Marching Band is a strong desire to be part of an energized university marching band!
Stevenson University has made a strong financial commitment to its marching band in order to provide the best possible experience for the students. The SU Marching Band is extremely proud to have Vic Firth Sticks and Mallets, The Avedis Zildjian Cymbal Company and the Yamaha Music Corporation as its corporate sponsors. All of the Stevenson Marching Band’s school-owned brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments are Yamaha instruments and the percussion section will exclusively play Vic Frith sticks and mallets and Avedis Zildjian cymbals. ALL members of the SU Marching Band will receive a $500 participation grant for participation in the fall semester.
The fall of 2011 was the inaugural season for football and marching band. We invite you to browse around this site and learn more about the Stevenson University Marching Band. If you have any questions about the SU Marching Band, please contact us through the contact form, below, or by phone at the marching band office, 443-334-2124.
Our Band & Music Programs
The Stevenson University Marching Band is a contemporary style university marching band. Membership is open to all Stevenson University students, including non-music majors.
This program gives its participants the opportunity to explore different genres of music and welcomes players of all levels to join.
The Stevenson University Colorguard is one of two groups that make up the visual ensemble in the Marching Band.
The Stevenson University Drumline is a premier, audition based corps style drumline that is an exciting part of the Marching Band.
The Stevenson University Emeralds Dance Line is the second part of the visual ensemble in the Marching Band.
For those not performing in our instrumental programs, music technology classes are also available. Taught by Professor Mark Lortz, these courses offers insight into how today’s music is produced.
The Stevenson University Pep Band, Directed by Mr. Terrell Smith, performs for the Stevenson University Men’s and Women’s basketball games. The Pep Band is cherished by fans for its spirit, support for the teams, and entertainment at games. If you have questions about the Pep Band, please contact Mr. Terrell Smith via the form below […]