The “Spirit of San Antonio” will perform a standard pre-game show, 4-5 different halftime shows, play a vast variety of stand tunes, maintain UTSA traditions, while at the same time promoting a positive learning and social environment for its members.

College bands strive towards being fun and spirited organizations while still achieving a quality of performance representative of the image of our great University regardless of performance venue.

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We’re pleased that you are considering UTSA for your music training. Whether you are considering a degree in Music Education, Music Performance, Composition, or Music Marketing, UTSA offers you the training and experience you need to pursue your passions. We are proud that 100% of our music education majors are placed in teaching positions following graduation.

Our performance majors compete well in music festivals and summer programs, and San Antonio offers many performance opportunities. Our music marketing majors are developing the skills to work in all areas of the music industry. Our students are interning in prestigious arts programs around the nation. Our teaching faculty will work with you and help you to achieve your musical goals. Come and experience music at UTSA.

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Both the UTSA Wind Ensemble and the UTSA Symphonic Band are two ensembles that require students to audition. These ensembles are comprised of both music and non-music majors. Audition dates and times will be updated per audition. Auditions happen at the start of each fall and spring semester. Band placements are determined by the students audition results.

The Department also offers a third option for students. The UTSA University Band is a non audition ensemble comprised mainly of non-music majors. It performs a standard three concert schedule each semester here at UTSA and offers students an enjoyable and fun musical outlet. All ensembles serve as hourly credits and serve towards the students cumulative GPA. 

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The UTSA Bands site operates separately from the UTSA Department of Music.