Established in 1983, the Saskatchewan Band Association is a registered charity dedicated to the development and promotion of Band music throughout the province. We are open to any individual, group or organization interested in furthering the development of bands in Saskatchewan.
The Association represents community bands, school bands, the Saskatchewan Pipe Band Association, band directors, music educators, band parent associations, students, and education institutions.
Membership in the SBA demonstrates your support of band and the value it adds to the cultural fabric of our communities. Together we present a strong, collective voice, both provincially and nationally, on issues affecting Saskatchewan bands and the Saskatchewan community.
Show your support for band, consider becoming an SBA Member today. For more information:
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The SBA is hiring a part-time Publicity Writer/Communication Assistant thanks in part to a Canada Jobs grant. If you think this position might be right for you or someone you know, follow the link to the full position description. Publicity Writer and Communication Assistant posting.pdf
Calling all Tuba, Euphonium and Baritone enthusiasts...
SBA's Christmas Tuba Festival provides an opportunity for tuba, baritone and euphonium players from across Saskatchewan to gather in December to perform various well known Christmas carols for the community as well as family and friends.
The Festival is a FUN event for all ages and skill levels. A chance to combine your tuba/euphonium love with holiday spirit! Decorating your instrument and yourself is key... don't be shy.
Mark Preece - Principal Tuba for the RSO, SBA Clinician AND Band in the Park Conductor - is our fantastic Event Organizer. While we are aiming for locations around the province in the future, the 2021 event will be in Regina at the Southland Mall - 2:00pm on December 4.
We are pleased to provide updated Back to Band Guidelines. These Guidelines reflect the best practices for enhanced safety for COVID 19 as demonstrated in the peer reviewed International Performing Arts Aerosol study. The Guidelines are intended to provide further support to bands concerned about the emergence of the DELTA variant, increasing COVID case counts and with overall desires to ensure the greatest safety possible in band programs, rehearsals and performances.