2015 Information for Prospective PMB Students
Future Students: Attend a Panther Marching Band Open House!
We are excited to invite high school band students who are considering UNI to attend one of our Open Houses this fall! The events are open to high school juniors and seniors who are current members of their high school band. Open Houses occur at each home football game. We will provide free passes for you and your family to attend the football game and sit with the marching band in seats reserved for our guests. We have also arranged for you to attend rehearsal, take a campus tour, and enjoy a reception where you can meet our director and current band students.
This is a great way to meet our staff and students, see our Pregame and Halftime performances, and to experience the excitement of game day at UNI!
VISIT OUR OPEN HOUSE PAGE for more information!
Bands at UNI
UNI has a number of ensembles for your to perform with! Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, Marching Band, Pep Bands, Orchestra, and Jazz Bands!
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Plan a Campus Visit Today!
Prospective students are welcome and encouraged to visit campus to meet with the Director of the PMB, sit in on a rehearsal, meet some of our students, and even to attend a home game (as part of our Band Information Days above)! All of our rehearsals are open, and we invite you to come at any time to see what a typical PMB rehearsal is like. We also encourgae you to contact the Director by phone or email to ask questions and to let us know of your interest in our program. To plan a visit, please contact our Director!
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Our students come from all over the state of Iowa and the midwest. They come from large and small bands, competitive and non-competitive bands, and often from schools that don't have a marching band at all. All of these wonderful students come together in the Panther Marching Band to form a family of 330 students that love performing together for the most appreciative audience in the nation. Read about one student's experience below: