Who we are

We are a non-profit community volunteer concert band dedicated to providing life-long education and enjoyment through instrumental music. We serve the Steel Valley and surrounding Pittsburgh Communities.

We rehearse every Monday evening from 6-8:30pm at Anne Ashley Memorial United Methodist Church in Munhall, PA. We are hoping to build every section in the band, especially:

  • low brass
  • saxophone
  • percussion
  • bassoon
  • oboe
  • bass clarinet

We’d love for you to join us! It doesn’t matter if you haven’t played your instrument in two days or twenty years. All are welcome and encouraged to play!

We prefer that you bring your own instrument, but we can connect you with a business that offers affordable rentals if not.

Importantly, we acknowledge that family and work are priorities. We accommodate late arrivals, leaving early, or missing rehearsal from time to time. However, attending practices regularly helps you feel more comfortable with the music but also allows you to experience the amazing community we have to offer!

Meet the board

Walt Sposkoski

President & Music Director

As the conductor and founder of the Munhall Community Band I feel like I’m living the American Dream. I am blessed to have these wonderful musicians and friends in my life.

Christine Morgan

Vice President

Work forced music to take a back seat in my life for over 20 years. When I was invited to join MCB, I was skeptical that I could even still play. What I found was an unbelievably welcoming group of like-minded musicians who value the process of learning and growing together, and some of the best friends that I have ever made as an adult.

Amanda Rineer


Belonging to the Munhall Community Band is a source of immense joy and fulfillment. It’s a harmonious blend of music and camaraderie that transcends age, background, and skill level. The shared passion for music creates a unique bond among members, fostering a sense of belonging and purpose. Whether you’re a seasoned musician or a novice, the band offers a supportive environment for personal growth, skill development, and the pure joy of making music together. The thrill of performing for the community and the rewarding experience of creating beautiful melodies as a cohesive unit make being part of a community band an enriching and uplifting journey.

Jodi Seiflein


It is healthy when people maintain connections with other people and community bands are an important outlet for that. Community bands make communities better. Late in 2019, a high school alumni invited me to join the Munhall Community Band and in 2022 I was invited to serve alongside the Board of Directors as Treasurer. I have always had a special interest in music and as a volunteer member, I am able to continue my journey as a musician while representing Munhall as we serve the greater Pittsburgh area.

Nicole Lowers


After a 20 year hiatus from music performance, I was seriously missing playing, but was fearful of whether I would find a group of welcoming musicians that would understand that I was easing my way back into playing again. Luckily, I saw a post on social media welcoming musicians to Munhall Community Band. In addition to providing much needed self care, I met many new people that share a love of music.