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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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Donations Welcome

As a registered charity, SBA relies on the support of volunteers and donors to help support our work.

Thank you for considering making a donation, every contribution is appreciated.  

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Or mail in your donation at any time. 

Thank you for supporting Band!


To Band Directors around Saskatchewan - THANK YOU for all you have done during the pandemic to keep band and music alive! Please watch this special Thank You to Music Educators, created by the NFHS, with music legends Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Paul Shaffer, Rosanne Cash, Donald Fagen, Steve Winwood, Nile Rodgers, John Rich, the late Chick Corea and more.

A Thank You to Music Educators


Don't let COVID turn you into a couch potato!

Join Band Director Kristina Gasparic-Block
, certified 
Pound® Rockout Workout Pro, for 4 weekly exciting and fun drumstick rhythmic movement & exercise sessions.

You become the music in this exhilarating full-body workout for all ages and abilities that combines cardio conditioning and strength endurance with yoga and pilates-inspired movements. 

The program is FREE ... but Registration is required!  SBA members should log in before registering.

Sessions will run:  March 9, 16, 23 & 30 from 6:30 - 7:30pm.  

SIGN UP HERE: Music and Movement Tuesdays Sign Up

March 9th Tune Up Tuesday  Copyright and Online Performances

Join us on March 9th with Tricia Howe and Simon Henri 

Throughout the pandemic, we’ve all found new ways to cope, and shifted a lot of our practice to online media.  A number of American publishing houses have been sharing information on copyright for virtual performances (live stream and recorded), as well as the communication/Performance rights that are implied by the purchase of printed/digital product. To confirm that this information is accurate for Canada, we sought confirmation with The Society of Composers, Authors, and Music Publishers of Canada. During March 9ths session, Tricia Howe and Simon Henri will discuss and demonstrate ways to ensure fair and legal use of copyrighted materials while teaching in the pandemic paradigm in Canada, including virtual performances.  Much of the content will also apply to community bands, but in all cases if you’re uncertain, you can reach out to SOCAN.

Tricia Howe joins us from Long & McQuade as an industry professional with many years of experience in supporting music education. Simon Henri joins us from SOCAN as a copyright licensing professional with over a decade of copyright experience.

You can sign up for our Tune Up Tuesday sessions using the link below.

Tune Up Tuesday Sign Up HERE

Power of Band in a Pandemic

Students at Marion M. Graham Collegiate in Saskatoon are making music together even though the pandemic keeps them apart. Under the leadership of teacher Deb Flynn, Grade 9 and 10 band students combined their music and drumming with vocals from Quinn Smith, Clara Knox, and Mira Behl; guitar by Alex Conley; and a rap by Keinan Kendall. 

Watch their stellar performance using the link HERE 

3rd Report from Performing Arts Aerosol Study Released

The international coalition is pleased to be release the Performing Arts Aerosol Study's 3rd Report at 1pm on Friday November 13th.

New information being shared includes:

      • The latest written report (available as of November 13th)
                    • A one-page summary
                    • Aerosol Production and Mitigation Effects
                    • Efficacy of Bell Covers and Masks
                    • Keyhole Expellation of Aerosol
                    • Refined APS Data Sheets
                    • CFD Modeling of Small Ensemble Singers and Clarinets

To Access ALL of the newly released information, visit the Study's main page here:  Performing Arts Aerosol Study

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