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Our friend "Donnie"


TromboneFest 2005 featuring Dick Cryder, Chris Hayes, Jason Reinhardt & Pete LaRue


(some Band Scholars in front of the Hermitage - home of President Andrew Jackson - on a 2003 Grrr... Excursion)


The Valvoline Event
( FTGPB X in the Fall of 2002 - yes we believe in "Play for Pay")


FTGPB IX
(Post-Game Rally at Christie's in Savannah, TN after Bill and the Boys won their 2nd National Championship)

 

2005-2006
Tiger Band Photo Gallery

(Photographs will be added during the course of the academic year featuring the Band Scholars, our Tiger Bands, Visiting Alumni Band Scholars, Friends of our Tiger Bands and Grrr...Excursions)

April 27, 2006
"A Night to Remember"
Tiger Symphonic Band

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to see a digital gallery of this special evening

Annual Spring Concert

Ken Marotte, Featured Student Soloist
The Tiger Symphonic Band shall present its annual Spring Concert on Thursday, April 27th at 8:00 PM in the John L. Hill Chapel on the Georgetown College campus. Works by Camphouse, Hazo, Smith, Schubert, Joplin and others will be presented. Senior Ken Marotte will be featured as soloist on the barn-burner "Sabre Dance" by Khachaturian.
Grrr... Excursionette ~ 2006
MSC Tournament Championship Games
Pikeville, KY


on Saturday, March 4th the Band Scholars and some special Band Friends traveled on a Grrr... Excursionette to Pikeville, KY for the Mid-South Conference Tournament Championship games - it was our privilege and pleasure to support our Teams and our College at this important event - to see many fine photos of the activities of the day - please click on the .....

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What a Night it Was

on Thursday evening, February 23rd - we hosted the teams from the University of the Cumberlands - our Lady Tigers did not prevail - however - Hap & Co. won a thrilling 62-61 OT battle - to see some great photos of the Band Scholars from this memorable evening - please click on the

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Band Scholars Help with Phon-A-Thon

on the evenings of February 21 and 22 - the Band Scholars of our Tiger Bands helped our good friends in the Development Office with the College's annual Phon-A-Thon - a great time was had by all - please click on the

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to see a few photos of the Band Scholars in action
(the project was coordinated by PLUR/Tink, Director's Assistant for our Tiger Bands)

2006 Kentucky Intercollegiate Band

from left to right
Nora Whitehead, Jon Myers, Ken Marotte, Michelle Ginn & Shana Noe
Band Scholars selected to represent our Tiger Bands and Georgetown College in the prestigious 2006 Kentucky Intercollegiate Band which rehearsed and performed at the annual KMEA In-Service Conference in Louisville
Harvest ~ 2005
The Infamous "4 in 5" [aka four performances in five days]
November 18, 19, 21 & 22

Friday - Lady Tiger Habitat for Humanity Classic
FTGPB

Saturday - NAIA National Championship Play-Off Series
Game One - Georgetown versus Geneva
FTGPB

Monday - 161st Fall Anniversary Concert
Tiger Symphonic Band

Tuesday - All-Campus Worship
A Celebration of Thanksgiving
Past, Present and Future of Georgetown College
Tiger Symphonic Band

to see a program for the Fall Anniversary Concert

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The Newest Project of our Tiger Bands
"Certain Trumpets"
(The Nature of Leadership)
Reading & Discussion Groups
Friday, December 9th

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to see a digital gallery of the Band Scholars as they embarked on this exciting new event
 

What a Night It Was

Wednesday, November 9th
as the Georgetown College Tigers took on the UK Wildcats at legendary Rupp Arena

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to see a digital gallery of the festivities

Arrival of the Hoodies

just in time for Homecoming Weekend, just in time for the chilly fall weather, the long-planned Tiger Band Hoodies arrived ~ please click on the

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to see a mini-gallery of Hoodie distribution

Michelle Ginn
featured student soloist
Fall Anniversary Concert


Michelle shall serve as the featured student soloist with our Tiger Symphonic Band on our Fall Anniversary Concert - Monday, November 21st. She shall be performing the "Rondo" from the Concerto for Bassoon by Mozart
The Tiger Bands
celebrate
Pirate's Day
October 1, 2005

a special feature of the 2005-2006 edition of our Tiger Bands was our celebration of Pirate's Day - to see some photos of this very special [and somewhat different] event - please click on the .....

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Working Weekend #2
September 23

Festival of the Horse Parade
Humble but Homey XIII

an annual highlight for the Band Scholars is our participation in the "Colt & Filly" Review as sponsored by the Friends of the Library - as part of the annual Festival of the Horse - to see a veritable plethora of photos from this exciting event - please click on the

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where you shall see photos of our "flotilla" - including the Flat Bed, the Remote Woodwind Transportation Device, BVII and the Candy Distribution Team

Working Weekend #1
September 16th & 17th

Working Weekend #1 began with our normal Friday "Circle-Up" rehearsal - we then proceeded to the Alpine Challenge Course at East Campus for our annual Tiger Band Leadership Event - followed by a great supper with cherished Band Friends - please click on the

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to see the gallery of photos from these events

Special Guest Grrr...er

Demian Austin joins the Alchettes
for a Grrr... Rehearsal on September 16th
Demian is the son of cherished Band Friend Sharon Austin
(oh yes, he also plays principal trombone in the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in New York)
 
BVII Painting & Renovations
on Saturday, September 10th this faithful group of Band Scholars


helped with our much-beloved BVII
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to see the mini-gallery of photos
from this event