2015 Official BMB Pictures!

2015 Honors Wind Ensemble Clinic Information, Application, and Letter to Directors

FALL 2015 Calendar of Events


Welcome to the website for the UCA Bands. UCA Bands

Whether you are a first time visitor or already a friend of the band, you will find a lot of information about the UCA Bands here on our site.  Our strength is the diversity of the programs and ensembles we offer our students.  Students get world-class opportunities with a personal connection.  We offer a comprehensive program of three concert bands, three jazz ensembles, our Bear Marching Band, the Purple Rage Pep Band, Bearly Contained Indoor Drumline/Colorguard, and a wide variety of chamber ensembles. Our wind and percussion faculty are internationally recognized for their artistry and teaching.  Unique to our band program is the close interaction of the applied faculty with our entire program.  YOU BELONG to the UCA band family.


 The Bear Marching Band

trip to the OSU/UCA football game in Stillwater, OK, was so much fun!  Hats off to the OSU band hospitality…we appreciate you!  Coming up – October 3rd is the home football game opener and also BAND DAY! Looking forward to having all the participating bands at the game.  Halftime should be awesome! 

The 2015 UCA High School Honors Wind Ensemble Clinic  

will be held Thursday and Friday, December 3 & 4, 2015.  Composer STEVEN BRYANT will be the conductor.  Student applications and director nomination forms are available. click here

The Fall 2015 UCA Wind Ensemble Concert

along with the UCA Symphonic Band. will be Thursday, October 15th, 7:30pm, Reynolds Performance Hall.  The concert is free and open to the public.

The UCA Wind Ensemble

can be heard on the new Charles Booker, Roger Cichy CD “Glorious Journey,” just released Spring 2015 by Mark Records.  The UCA Wind Ensemble recorded the title cut for the CD, “Glorious Journey,” by Charles Booker.  The world premiere recording of “Crossover,” commissioned for the Centennial Anniversary of the band, can be heard on composer David Gillingham’s webpage http://gillinghammusic.com/compositions.

Watch our UCA Music Department video HERE!