Music is not just an academic study, it is a way of life for many people. At Georgetown College we would love to give you the opportunity to continue to sing, or play your instrument while in college, to take your understanding and love of music to the next level, and to join a unique and rich community of former musical Tigers in our chorale or bands.

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Chorale and band both send several musicians per year to the state competition run by KMEA.


Participation in band or chorale is not only fun, emotionally meaningful, musically enriching, and spiritually supportive... both can also give you additional scholarship!


The pep band, which gets to play at football and basketball games throughout the year, including at nationals in Kansas City, is called the Fighting Tiger Grrr... Pep Band (FTGPB).



There are two primary ensembles at Georgetown, the Tiger Symphonic Band and the Fighting Tiger Grrr... Pep Band (FTGPB). Students can receive academic credit for participating in weekly practices, which are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 4:00-5:00. The primary ensembles perform in excess of twenty times a year, and there is no additional cost for students beyond personal instruments. The majority of our instruments and equipment will all be provided by our band friends.


"Being a part of Tiger Bands helped me prepare for life after college. The preparation that was needed to put on an amazing show - from playing the pieces to setting up and tearing down - helped me realize how necessary teamwork and drive is to success."
Connor Mook, Class of 2015



Chorale is a choral ensemble consisting of Georgetown College students majoring in a variety of subjects. The Georgetown College Chorale performs a wide variety of choral repertoire from the Renaissance to the present day for churches, schools, conventions, and for numerous on-campus functions. Chorale is a non-auditioned ensemble. Students can receive academic credit for participating in weekly practices.

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