Scot Band
 

Scot Band

The Scot Band is a performing organization with an emphasis during the fall season on marching, featuring contemporary drill design and the best quality of appropriate music being prepared and performed.

The Scot Marching Band typically performs at home football games, a local high school band show, and other campus events in the fall.During the winter and spring, the Scot Symphonic Band focuses on musical excellence through the study and performance of the finest in wind band literature from all historical periods. Concerts are performed for audiences at home, at music education professional conferences, and on an annual spring tour, which has taken the band to 29 states, Washington, DC, and Ontario, Canada.

Admission to the Symphonic Band is by audition while membership in the Marching Band is open without audition to any student instrumentalist. Selected music education majors are provided opportunities to prepare and conduct compositions and to write drill for a marching band show.

The band members are clad in dress MacLeod tartan kilts, chosen because of the Scottish Presbyterian heritage of the College and includes bagpipers, Scottish drummers, and Highland dancers at every performance.

Directors

Director of Scot Marching Band: Dan Fleischaker
Director of Symphonic Band: Nancy Ditmer

College of Wooster Pipe Band and Highland Dancers

Spring Break Tour

We hope you can join us at one of our Spring Break Tour Stops in March, 2019!

Sunday, March 3 - 2:30 p.m.
McGaw Chapel
College of Wooster

Sunday, March 17 – 7:00 p.m.
Lyndhurst Community Presbyterian Church
5312 Mayfield Road
Cleveland, OH 44124

Monday, March 18 – 7:30 p.m.
Third Presbyterian Church
4 Meigs Street
Rochester, NY 14607

Tuesday, March 19 – time TBA
Bellows Free Academy
71 S. Main Street
St. Albans City, VT 05478

Wednesday, March 20 – 7:00 p.m.
The Presbyterian Church in Morristown
65 South Street
Morristown, NJ 07960