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Marching Band
Membership in the Stevenson University Marching Band is open to all SU students.The band uses woodwinds, brass, percussion, synthesizers, guitars, and colorguard. The main requirement to join is a desire to be part of an energized university marching band!
Concert Band
The Stevenson University Concert Band is comprised of students and community members. The Concert Band performs one formal concert in the spring. The ensemble meets one day per week, totaling two hours of rehearsal, and earns students two-credits as a fine arts course.
Pep Band
Pep Band
The Stevenson University Pep Band performs for the Stevenson University Men’s and Women’s basketball games. The Pep Band is cherished by fans for its spirit, support for the teams, and entertainment at games.
Chorus
Chorus
The chorus, The University Singers, perform the widest possible variety of choral music, including Renaissance madrigals, classical works, show tunes, and contemporary popular music.
Greenspring Valley Orchestra
Greenspring Valley Orchestra
The orchestra has become one of the most respected amateur organizations of its type in the Baltimore area. The orchestra performs winter and spring concerts as well as a popular outdoor summer series. It is an advanced ensemble specializing in the performance of classics and pop favorites.
Musical Theatre
Musical Theatre
Stevenson occasionally stages spring musicals featuring a large number of singers and instrumentalists.
Music Minor
Music Minor
A minor in music is available. Students explore courses in musicology (music history), music theory, music composition, music technology, and performance studies. The Music Minor is for student musicians with fundamental musical experience. Students take six credits of performance courses, fulfilled through ensemble participation, and twelve credits of other music coursework. Please see the Music program coordinator for more information. Specific minor requirements are in the Academic Information section of the catalog.
 
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For Music Inquiries
Mark Lortz
Director of Music & Assistant Professor
443-334-2124
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