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Ensembles & Lessons:
Marching Band & Wind Symphony


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Marching Band (Fall only ) With the return of the Wolverine Marching Band in 2012, this ensemble is one of the most visible musical ensembles at Wesley College and is a valued part of the music department. The Wolverine Band performs at all home football games and department showcases, and soon will include performances at the Collegiate Marching Band Festival in Allentown (PA), high school exhibitions and regional parades. All Wesley students who perform on a brass, woodwind, percussion or rhythm section instrument as well as visual performers are welcome to join the Wolverine Marching Band.The Wesley College Wolverine Marching Band is one of fastest growing and most active student groups on campus. Composed of students from almost all majors and disciplines, it combines the best in musical performance with clean, corps style marching in a fun college atmosphere. The Wolverine Marching Band performs for 5,000 people each year and since it’s revitalized return, promises to be one of Division III’s premier small college marching bands.

Performance opportunities include:
• All standard marching wind instruments
• A complete marching percussion section
• Sideline “pit” with rhythm guitars, bass, keyboard, and stationary percussion instruments.
• The Wolverine Color Guard: spinning flags, weapons, baton and dance.

• Symphonic Band (Spring only) The Wesley College Symphonic Band comprises the finest wind and percussion players from campus and the central Delaware region. Using the best literature from the Renaissance to the present day, the ensemble operates as a fully modern band. Repertoire is selected to expose performers to a wide range of musical languages, as well as a variety of technical, intellectual, and aesthetic challenges, enhancing the development of students and professionals alike. Section seating in the ensemble is rotated from piece to piece, giving many players solo opportunities and all performers a diversity of experiences.

Please contact Brian Cass for more details at brian.cass at wesley.edu, (302) 736-2471