It’s Rehearsal Time Again
Dust off your instruments, reassemble your music stand and join us for Monday night rehearsals from 7:30 – 9:00 pm at the Covenant Community Church, 1630 Greentree Road, 15220, starting September 9, 2019. Come and catch up with your fellow band members and explore the musical agenda which Paula has selected for the new season. See you there! Be there or be square!
Are you a potential new member with questions about the Ringold Band? Contact our president Joe Magliocca at 724-745-5275 or via email using the CONTACT US tab on the website.
New Members Always Welcome
We are always looking for musicians of all ages interested in joining our band. If you have questions about us or would like to talk to someone about joining, please email us through the CONTACT US tab on this site.
For the 2019-20 season we will rehearse at the Covenant Community Church, located at 1630 Green Tree Road, Pittsburgh 15220- near the intersection with Forsythe Road. Park behind the church and enter the building through the door near the playground. Remember to bring your music stand. 7:30-9:00 pm
You are invited to a free Friends & Family Concert by the Ringold Band on April 27, 2020 at 7:30.
Join the oldest continually-performing band in Western PA for a free concert at Covenant Community Presbyterian Church, located at 1630 Greentree Road, near the intersection with Forsythe Road. The concert will be approximately one hour long and will feature music for all generations.
If you would like to include dinner in your plans, the church is having a spaghetti dinner at 6:00 – $8 for adults and $3 ages 6-11. Come early and enjoy good food, good company and good music.
Revisiting Our Past
During a recent concert at Brookdale of Mt. Lebanon, a resident showed us a picture of her father when he was a boyhood member of the Ringold Band. It was fun to see a fellow musician from long ago when this was a boys’ band.
Ringold Band enters 100th year making music
With 100 years of music making behind it, the Ringold Band is one of the region’s oldest and most long-lived ensembles.