The Minuteman Band enjoyed a very enthusiastic band audience at Penn State’s Beaver Stadium at Saturday’s football game. Here’s a great review.
The UMMB turns 145 years young in 2018! Celebrate the band's birthday with a gift to the Band Alumni Scholarship Fund!
The iconic Old Chapel at UMass is not only on the brink of renovation, but the building was recently nominated to the National Register of Historic Places.
Making the film will raise the profile of the Sci-Tech Band in the community and show what’s possible for other schools around the country.
Culminating with Sunday’s Fenway Park remembrance, the UMMB is proud to honor last year’s marathon bombing victims and survivors.
Salem HS band director Cyndi Napierkowski is honored in SBO Magazine’s 16th annual “50 Directors Who Make a Difference” report.
The UMass Band wowed Macy’s Parade audiences with their exciting 75-second version of “Big Noise from Winnetka” set to a marching routine.
This scholarship will be awarded to a UMass Drum Major who displays outstanding leadership traits and a commitment to excellence both on and off the field.
Nominated by fellow UMass band alumni for the honor, Jason DeGroff has been the visual designer of the Minuteman Marching Band for many years.
“The largest band in New England”… check out the Minuteman Band in the first minute of this video clip from NCAA Football 13 for Xbox!
Dana Evernden ’12 paints first new library mural in a decade in tribute to late UMMB band director George N. Parks.