Jacob Weinstein, a junior in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program at Edgewood High School (EHS), has been a part of the Marching Ravens this season. Jacob received a flyer last spring about auditions, and he gave it a shot. He is exhausted the morning after those evening home games, but he still comes to school and works hard.
During the fall season, Jacob not only managed his Ravenís Band schedule, he was also a member of the EHS Marching Band and on the Varsity Soccer Team. He is a scholar athlete and maintains honor role, even with his hectic schedule and being an IB student.
Baltimore's Marching Ravens is an all-volunteer organization committed to bringing quality musical entertainment and a "traditional football atmosphere" to all Ravens home games. Comprised of more than 300 musicians, flagline, color guard and equipment crew, Baltimore's Marching Ravens is the largest musical organization associated with the NFL.
In addition to its game day duties, the band also stays active during the offseason by promoting the Ravens, Baltimore, and our city's pride by taking part in various local events. Occasionally, the band takes its show on the road by representing Baltimore/Maryland in other cities.
Starting in March and running until the end of the football season, the band rehearses every Wednesday night from 7pm until 10pm at the Ravens Training Complex in Owings Mills.