News

Oct 6

Schedule of Events

WEEK #7:

Monday, October 6, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Tuesday, October 7, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Wednesday, October 8, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Thursday, October 9, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Friday, October 10, No Rehearsal


WEEK #8:

Monday, October 13, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Tuesday, October 14, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Wednesday, October 15, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Thursday, October 16, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Friday, October 17, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Saturday, October 18, Continuity, Chiefs Field, 8a

Saturday, October 18, Skull Session, Howser Stadium, 6p

Saturday, October 18, Kick-Off, FSU vs. Notre Dame, Campbell Stadium, 8p

 

WEEK #9:

Monday, October 20, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Tuesday, October 21, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Wednesday, October 22, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Thursday, October 23, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Friday, October 24, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Sunday, October 26, Jacksonville Jaguars Performance, TBD

 

WEEK #10:

Monday, October 27, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Tuesday, October 28, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Wednesday, October 29, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Thursday, October 30, Rehearsal, Chiefs Field, 4-6p

Friday, October 31, No Rehearsal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sep 10

Social Media: Twitter, Instagram and More

Follow the Marching Chiefs on your mobile device or computer with our official social media sites!

TWITTER

Follow the Marching Chiefs on Twitter! This is your source for late-breaking news and announcements. Open to current students, future students and all of our fans. Use the link below.

CLICK HERE to see our official Twitter page.

 

INSTAGRAM

Enjoy “in the moment” pictures and video of the Marching Chiefs by following us on Instagram!

User Name: fsuchiefs

The Instagram app is available as a free download for iOS and Andriod devices.

 

VIMEO

Enjoy high quality video of recent performances on your mobile device or computer. Available in Standard Definition and High Definition.

CLICK HERE to visit the official Marching Chiefs Channel on Vimeo.

 

FACEBOOK

Many people ask us about a Facebook page for Marching Chiefs. At this time, we do not have an official Facebook page, but that may change in the future.

As you may know, there are a few “Marching Chiefs” fan pages on Facebook. These are not official and not endorsed by Dr. Dunnigan, Dr. Plack, the College of Music, or Florida State University.

If you follow one of these, be aware that you will find nothing official on these pages.

If and when we set up an official Facebook page, you will find that information (and a link) here on our website.

Sep 6

Stay For The Hymn

We invite all Seminole fans to join us at the end of the game to sing “The Hymn to the Garnet and Gold.”

Why sit in traffic after the game? Join us for this time-honored FSU tradition.

 

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Aug 1

High School Band Day ’14

UPDATE – AUGUST 1, 2014

All tickets for Band Day 2014 have been claimed. We are no longer taking requests for this year.

If you would like to be placed on a waiting list (in case of cancelation) please call the FSU Band Office at 850-644-3507. (Calls from band directors only, please.)

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We are pleased to announce the date for our 2014 High School Band Day…

Join us on Saturday, September 6 when the Seminoles take on The Citadel.

Band Day is open to all area high school bands. Expose your students to the world-renown Marching Chiefs as they perform a pregame concert, during the game, and at halftime. Free admission to the game is provided to high school band students, their directors, and (in restricted quantity) official chaperones.

In 2013, over 3000 high school band students enjoyed the sights and sounds of college football. We cordially invite all high school band directors to bring their students to our 2013 High School Band Day.

TICKETS ARE EXTREMELY LIMITED.

Call the FSU Band Office at (850-644-3507) to be placed on the priority mailing list.

Sorry. Priority calls will only be accepted from High School Band Directors.

Jul 1

Chiefly News

This is the news and information page for Current Chiefs. Get into the habit of periodically checking for current season announcements. Never miss an important date or crucial information.

2014 SEASON SCHEDULE – HOME GAMES IN BOLD

August 30 Oklahoma State (@ Arlington, TX, Pep Band Trip)
September 6 The Citadel (Band Day)
September 20 Clemson University
October 4 Wake Forest University (Parents Weekend)
October 18 Notre Dame
October 26 @ Jacksonville Jaguars (Full Band Trip)
November 8 University of Virginia (Homecoming) 
November 11 Veteran’s Day Parade (@ Downtown Tallahassee, 9a)
November 15 @ University of Miami (Full Band Trip)
November 22 Boston College (Military Appreciation) 
November 29 University of Florida
December 2 - 5 Prism Concerts (@RDCH)
December 6 @ ACC Championship, Charlotte, NC (Full Band Trip)

2014 LEADERSHIP

2014 DRUM MAJORS

We are pleased to announce the selection of Daniel Rosman as Head Drum Major for the 2013 season. Michael Keogh and Matt Tenoré were selected to serve as Assistant Drum Majors. Congratulations to these excellent Chiefs!

2014 BAND STAFF

Lilio Camere, Rodney Carroll, Tony Casper (Staff Manager), Emily Goode (Co-Marching Coordinator), Emma Haley, Charles Kelly, Tyler Kirby, Marissa Kotzin, Cheyne LaBonte, Sidney Oser, JT Patrick (Co-Marching Coordinator), Andrell Robinson (Percussion Coordinator), Nicole Scalise, Allison Silverman, Gaby Torres, Ryan Wilhite, Jennifer Wright and Nicolas Zegowitz.

2014 SECTION LEADERS

Flute: Adrienne Leffard, Amanda Geisler, Shelby Martignetti
Clarinet: EJ Huston, Darius Bennett
Saxophone: Mia Hartley, Alissa Kanocz
Trumpet: Erin Griffis, Audrey Allgood, Chris Snyder
Horn: Theodore Branson, Christopher Phelps
Trombone: Ryan Harring, Andrew Burk
Baritone: Brandon Slaughter, Paul Champion
Tuba: Sara Elias-Rodriguez, Zachary Ho Lung
Percussion: Kiernan Farmer, Andrell Robinson (t), Eric Abramowitz (b), Stephanie Sanderbeck (c)

 2014 AUXILIARY STAFF

Majorette Captain: Lauryn Vickers; Majorette Co-Captain: Ashley Alvarez
Color Guard Captain: Nicole Lonneman; Color Guard Co-Captain: Kerianne Klug

2014 ROW LEADERS

Flute: Christina Balterman, Carly Jewel Green, Hannah Mason, Brianna McLean, Melissa Muckelmann, Matthew Rodriguez, Katie Shull
Clarinet: Catherine Hertz, Lauren King, Joshua Price, Jennifer Yukawa
Saxophone: Austin Blount, Zoe Duke, Daniel J. Evans, Jeff Jaggears, John Koenig, Andrew Ristad, Melissa Roeder, Carl Saville, Colleen Sochacki, Maggie Tobin
Trumpet: Tyler Easterling, Olivia Heinze, Laura Hilton, Brittany Lyons, Alexandra Machecek, Zachary Miller, Benjamin Mock, Chelsea Sermons, Dalton Smith
Horn: Austin Hack, Aaron Meitz, John Rogers, Rachael Taucher
Trombone: Brandon Lettinhand, Kim McCaskill, Ben Spivey, Austin Stone, Arthur Talbert
Baritone: Bridget Harper, Charles Hernandez, Judith Rinella, Olivia Sanders
Tuba: Cody Andrews, Sharon Kay, Eric Naegler
Percussion: (subsection leaders perform row leader duties for percussion)
Color Guard: Sidney Clarke-Lequerique, Kristina Corba, Courtney Penton
Majorette: Kari Menhennett, Samantha Mozdzierz, Ashley Wolf

2014 FEATURE TWIRLERS

Ashley Bishop, Samantha Grutzner and Elyssa Aull have been selected as our Feature Twirlers for the 2014 season.

CALENDAR

The website now includes an active calendar of events for the entire year. Click here to see the Chiefs’ Calendar.