The 2017 CBDNA ABS will be hosted by UMass Amherst and Dr. Timothy Anderson, June 1-3.
- Clinics and sessions addressing pedagogical/administrative issues in the current collegiate band profession.
- Friday banquet at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
- Robert B. Morrison, Founder and CEO of Quadrant Research, the nation’s leading arts education research organization, will be presenting the keynote address.
- Golf Tournament at Hickory Ridge Country Club
$80.00 by May 17, 2017
$130.00 after May 17, 2017
Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, Springfield
Hickory Ridge Country Club, Amherst
If you have questions regarding this event, please direct to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or just in town?
Come on by the George N. Parks Minuteman Marching Band Building to hear what’s new with the band and the Band Alumni Network and get a tour of the building!
And if you have time, stick around to participate in the Audio History Project with a short interview of your memories and stories of the UMass Band!
Old Chapel Special Celebration and Tour follows from 3:15-4:00 pm.
See the Minuteman Band as the Minutemen take on Hawai’i!
See the Minuteman Band’s season halftime debut as the Minutemen take on Old Dominion!
See the Minuteman Band as the Minutemen take on Ohio University!
IT’S HOMECOMING WEEKEND! Stay tuned for band alumni event info.
See the Minuteman Band as the Minutemen take on Georgia Southern!
Georgia Southern and UMass have met twice previously in the Division 1-AA Playoffs. In 1998, 11th-seeded UMass upset top-ranked Georgia Southern 55-43 to win the Division 1-AA Championship.
The following season, Georgia Southern got revenge on UMass, winning 38-21 in a Quarterfinal game in Statesboro.
See the Minuteman Band as the Minutemen take on App State!
It’s an extra-special gameday… both Band Day and Senior Day!
See the Minuteman Band’s halftime Veterans Day tribute as the Minutemen take on Maine at Fenway Park!
Trivia… UMass and UMaine share a benefactor. The Isenberg School of Management’s 2002 addition and Maine’s stadium are named in honor of the late Harold Alfond, founder of the Dexter Shoe Company.