Featured music will be early transcriptions from great orchestral and opera material — The Barber of Seville by Rossini, "Finale" from the New World Symphony by Dvorak, "Coronation Scene" from Boris Godounow by Moussorgsky and Mannin Veen by Haydn Wood.
"Chorale and Alleluia," one of the first works written for band by a major composer, Howard Hanson, will also be featured.
The group's performance of "Rubores" by Marquina, "The White Rose March" by Sousa and "Barnum and Bailey's Favorite" by Karl King will showcase the band in a more traditional style.
Tickets are $3 general admission and $2 for senior citizens and UT Pan American students, faculty and staff with I.D.
For more information, call the Department of Music at UT Pan American at 381-3471.