Sun Prairie Bands
“Move beyond the notes to cultivate a life long passion and drive for creativity, curiosity, and community through a vision of students as accomplished learners and evolving musicians in pursuit of artistry”
Swing With Us!
An entertaining evening of jazz featuring bands from Sun Prairie middle & high schools.
Join us for great live jazz, and don't forget your appetite. SPHS Jazz I has been working hard, and has once again earned a spot at the Essentially Ellington Competition in New York City! Bid on your favorite pie from apple to chocolate & everything in between. All funds raised will help Jazz I with travel expenses to get to Lincoln Center in NYC.
Bring your friends and family for a great night!
If you can't make it, remember, you can click on the "Donate Now" button to contribute using PayPal.
Jazz 1 going to NYC for Essentially Ellington 2019!
Welcome to the Sun Prairie Band Boosters Website!
Sun Prairie Bands are proud to include over 750 students in grades 6 - 12 at four different buildings. This website will help you find more information about all the bands and related opportunities in Sun Prairie.
Schools, Programs, and supporters of Sun Prairie Bands:
Sun Prairie High School (SPHS)
Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School (CHUMS)
Patrick Marsh Middle School (PMMS)
Prairie View Middle School (PVMS)
Sound of Sun Prairie (SOSP)
Sun Prairie Band Boosters (SPBB)
The Band Boosters are an integral component of the band program that support all bands in Sun Prairie.
Bernie Powers Band Foundation (BPBF)
This foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the long-term success of band music education at Sun Prairie.
Sun Prairie Area School District (SPASD)
The Sun Prairie Bands website is supported through the Sun Prairie Band Boosters. If you are looking for more information specifically related to the school district, please visit their homepage: http://www.sunprairie.k12.wi.us/
Music has been prominent in the community since 1876 when the Sun Prairie Brass Band Association was first formed by Dr. Charles Crosse. The SPBBA supported the Sun Prairie Cornet Band which played at many community events and holiday functions throughout its’ existence. In 1907 music first became a part of the Sun Prairie public school curriculum and the first public school band was created in 1925. Today there are over 750 students enrolled in Sun Prairie public school bands.