You will need the email address you used when registering for Pride last fall as well as your OU ID number.
PRIDE OF OKLAHOMA PATRONS
The Pride Patrons is an affinity group designed for anyone who loves the Pride, wants to become more closely involved with its activities and would like to financially support the good works of its members. For more information about joining the Pride Patrons please contact Koby Harrington, Director of Development, Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts at 405-325-7376, or Michelle Burke in the Band Office, 405-325-2731.
The University of Oklahoma Bands offer a variety performing experiences for students regardless of whether you are enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate music degree or choose to participate as a non-music major in the cultural life of the University. Musical collaboration and artistic growth are life-changing opportunities to take full advantage of during your University experience.
The Wind Symphony, Symphony Band, Concert Band and Jazz Ensembles perform in the acoustically rich Paul F. Sharp Concert Hall in Catlett Music Center, while the entire Pride of Oklahoma performs in the exciting venues of the Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium (85,000 fans) for home football games, selected conference and non-conference away games as well as memorable post-season bowl games.
We hope you will investigate and explore the many opportunities provided by the University of Oklahoma Bands.
2017 Pride of Oklahoma Auditions
Online registration available January 16, 2017, 10:00 AM through May 15, 2017.
Symphony Band & Concert Band Concert
8 PM, Monday, February 27, 2017
Sharp Concert Hall, Catlett Music Center
Complimentary Admission For Guests
Fine Arts Box Office (405) 325-4101
Saturday, April 1, 2017
Perform in Sharp Concert Hall in preparation for OSSAA. Registration is limited to eight ensembles.
Conducting and Teaching Workshop
June 7-9, 2017
The Conducting and Teaching Workshop will provide an enriching opportunity to blend the artistic and technical growth of the conductor with rehearsal technique, administrative, and teaching skills. Each conducting participant will conduct daily with ample time on the podium. The selected repertoire list encompasses recognized masterworks of the band literature as well as newer works that are possible to perform with a variety of ensemble levels. In addition to conducting a live ensemble, participants will receive feedback and coaching on their conducting, attend master-classes, clinic sessions, and panel discussions.
500 West Boyd
Norman, OK 73019
Dr. William Wakefield
Director of Bands
Dr. Michael Hancock
Asst. Director of Bands
Mr. Brian Britt
Director of Athletic Bands
Associate Dean of the College of Fine Arts
Dr. Brian Wolfe
Asst. Director of Athletic Bands
Ms. Michelle Burke
Assistant for OU Bands
Mr. Glen Buecker
Mr. Tom Gibson
Mrs. TJ Blackburn Pettit