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2013–2014 Cultural and Community Events

 The 2014 Baccalaureate Service will be held at 5:00 p.m., Friday, May 16 

Graduation Information (Saturday, May 17, 2014)

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Huntingdon Music Ensembles

Do you sing? Play an instrument? Love to dance? Add your talents to these terrific ensembles at Huntingdon (you don't have to be a music major to participate!):

Vocal Music

 Holiday Happening from Huntingdon Harmony 2012 

The Huntingdon Concert Choir is open to all who love to sing—no matter what your major. Other singing groups, such as the Huntingdon Harmony Jazz/Show Choir and Barbershop, are formed from those who are members of the Concert Choir.  

Instrumental Music

 Marching Scarlet and Grey 2012 

The Marching Scarlet and Grey, founded in 2006, is one of only a few NCAA-Division III marching bands nationwide. The band performs at home football games and travels with the football team to select away games, and includes majorettes, a Color Guard, and a collegiate marching squad.

Jazz Ensemble is a small group of instrumental musicians who gather to practice and perform in the genre of music they love.

The BallHawks Pep Band performs at men’s and women’s home basketball games. This group includes traditional and non-traditional band instruments.

The Wind Ensemble (Huntingdon Winds Concert Band) features the most outstanding brass, woodwind, and percussion players at Huntingdon College. The Wind Ensemble explores new literature and performs masterworks of the wind band era, while working with outstanding guest performers and guest conductors.

Percussion Ensemble includes stomp, drums, and various percussion instruments.

Our newest ensemble, Huntingdon Pops, combines big band and show tunes and elicits scores of smiles from listeners.

Huntingdon music ensembles evolve with the student-musicians each year.  To find out more about Huntingdon music groups, see information about the Music programs of study.

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