Scot Marching Band Presents Annual Fall Concert on Sunday
Selections from football pregame and halftime shows featured in McGaw Chapel performance
WOOSTER, Ohio, — The Scot Marching Band, under the direction of Dan Fleischaker, will present its annual fall concert on Sunday (Oct. 30) at The College of Wooster. The performance, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 1:30 p.m. in McGaw Chapel (340 E. University St.).
The program features an assemblage of works from pregame and halftime shows from the current football season, including traditional favorites “Blue Bells of Scotland,” "Are You From Wooster?" "Score Wooster," and "Black and Gold."
Also on the program are 1970’s jazz hits: “Birdland,” “Chameleon,” and “Get It On,” music by prominent American composers: “Jurassic Park,” “It Don’t Mean a Thing,” and “Appalachian Spring,” and show music: “Mission: Impossible,” “Soul Boss Nova,” and James Bond.”
The pipe band, under the leadership of Jack Whalen and Highland Dancers, led by Bridget Gross will also perform.
Joining Fleischaker on Sunday will be assistant directors Ned Brooks, Nancy Ditmer, and Jeff Nietzke and drum majors Harley Brandstadter and Grace Minnes.
CD and DVD recordings of the concert will be available for purchase. Additional information about the concert is available by phone (330-263-2419) or email.