Marching Band, Music Department
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Please make sure that you have auditioned to Mr. Kirk to be eligible for the marching band scholarship.
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You will be asked to play several scales including your chromatic scales, and you must prepare and perform a musical excerpt of your choice. Colorguard and Blazers Dancers members audition information is listed below. Will I have time as a freshman to be in band and still make good grades?
The band rehearses only 90 minutes, two days a week. Many members of the band each year receive generous scholarships and assistantships to graduate schools in their areas of study. Will I have time to participate in service and social activities outside of the band?
Many members of the band participate in numerous social and service activities for Belhaven University. Some also serve as council members, senators or class or executive officers. Many Blazers band members also maintain active memberships and serve as officers in campus social clubs. What if I'm not good enough to be in the Marching Band?
We have members from every size high school, with diverse levels of ability including those with little or no experience. If you can play your instrument, we can teach you the rest. We use "corps" style marching which can be learned quickly and easily. We welcome anyone who wishes to participate.
There is no need to feel nervous or intimidated! Are we required to attend every football game, even the away ones? The band performs at the home football games usually and maybe one away game.
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There are several open weekends that will allow you plenty of time to go home and visit friends and family, or even hold a part-time job, if you wish. How can I become a member of the band? There is an audition process for the marching band. Simply enroll in MUS credit. One-hour credit allows you to receive a grade toward your GPA and costs one hour of tuition. The non-credit option allows you to pay a nominal participation fee and though the grade appears on your transcript, it does not affect your GPA.
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Regardless of your enrollment option, grading criteria are the same for all members. How are you graded? The grading policy is based almost exclusively on attitude and attendance. If you are at rehearsals and performances, it will be an easy A! Do you provide instruments? Deuchars IPA and Westons Old Rosie scrumpy are always on, and local, national or seasonal beers guest on the other two pumps The honey-brewed Waggle Dance and Liefmans fruit beer are bottled options for the sweet-toothed.
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