At a Roseville Big Band concert, you can ...

Thrill to the band’s theme song, “Dance to the Big Band Swing.”

Listen as Glen Peterson improvises a tenor sax solo while standing next to you.

Watch the innovative choreography of Rhythm & Swing.

Hum along with Karen Dunn’s tender ballads and show-stopping up-tempo songs.

Chuckle at leader Glen Newton’s improvised soprano trombone solos.

Keep score in the musical duel between trombonists Rich Eyman and George Henly.

Relax to Karen and Glen’s duet stylings on “It’s Only a Paper Moon.”

Swing and sway with the trumpet and trombone horn moves on “In the Mood.”

Wonder about the meaning of Keith Miner’s scat vocal solos.

Shout “Hi-De-Ho” and “Pennsylvania 6-5000” with the band.

Marvel at the high tech equipment being operated by CTV15 volunteers.

Remember as Bob Nielsen joins Glen to sing the WWII classic "Rosie the Riveter."

Stretch as Bob leads the spelling on "Y.M.C.A."

Enjoy Len Yaeger’s new composition dedicated to master saxophonist Ruben Haugen.

Sing along with Mike Bratlie’s new arrangement of military service songs.

Smile as the band plays Bill Johnson's new arrangement of "The Pineapple Rag."

Think outside the box as the band plays "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow" in the summer.

Play Latin percussion instruments on “Brazil,” without speaking a word of Latin.

Dance as Karen, Keith, and Glen sing the “Beer Barrel Polka.”

Applaud the band’s tight ensemble playing and exciting soloists.