28th Infantry Division Band
With a history of service that predates the American Revolution, the 28th Infantry Division Band, based in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, is among the top performing Army national Guard Bands in the nation today.
The band has represented the 28th Division and the nation it serves at functions throughout the eastern United States, Canada and Europe. A flexible repertoire and several combination of performing groups allow the band to support many different functions and accommodate hundreds of requests. Although the band only meets twice a month, the individual talents of its members allow the band to maintain its high standard of excellence.
More than 600 selections allow the band to perform the right music for the right concert event. From contemporary to classical literature, rousing Sousa Marches and beautiful ballads, the Band’s assorted repertoire is sure to please the audiences of today.
The Marching Band provides music in traditional military style. Exceptional, precision performance is the hallmark of the 28th Band in pass-in-review ceremonies and civilian parades.
The 20 member Ceremonial band is a smaller version of the concert. This group performs at smaller ceremonies as well as performing a variety of popular and entertaining music for smaller audiences.
This 8-member ensemble performs the latest in top 40 music.
The Brass Quintet performs standard literature as well as marches and popular music.