ABOUT THE SBA
Established in 1983, the Saskatchewan Band Association is a non-profit, charitable organization.
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, parent associations, students, education institutions, community organizations, and other music associations.
Membership in the Saskatchewan Band Association provides a variety of benefits, including a diverse range of programs and services which enhance and support the future of instrumental music in Saskatchewan. Together we present a strong, collective voice, both provincially and nationally, on issues affecting Saskatchewan bands and the Saskatchewan community .
Our Programs & Services
We are proud of the many programs and services we currently offer and add to the list regularly. Here are a few programs you may want to learn more about:
Summer Band Camps - we offer week long day camps as well as one residential camp. Registration is now open - click on the tab above.
SBA Member Funding - we provide support to community bands, special projects, band festivals & involvement of new Canadians in band.
Honour Bands - the Junior & Intermediate Honour Bands provide an enrichment experience for accomplished young musicians in our province.
And much more....
SBA Summer Band Camp & Program Assistant Positions
Application Deadline: May 22, 2017
If you are looking for a summer job that will combine your love of band and music with an opportunity to gain hands on experience in program promotion, administration and delivery then this is a position to consider. The successful candidates will also work with the SBA Program Coordinator and Business Development Manager on other SBA event and communication projects including planning for the annual Saskatchewan Music Conference.
Find out more - Job Posting SBA Summer Student Positions.pdf.
68th Annual Moose Jaw Band And Choral Festival
The festival offers a non-competitive environment, with some of the best clinicians in Canada. Each large group is given 50 minutes of performance/clinic time. The festival will run from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Wednesday and 8:30 am to 4:00 pm on Thursday, with evening concerts, featuring guest artists, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Proudly supported by the SBA!
Creative Kids Application Deadlines
Creative Kids provides financial support so all Saskatchewan children and youth have an opportunity to participate in artistic and cultural activities.
2017 application dates: