Glenn Miller Orchestra

An authentic recreation of the legendary ensemble, The Glenn Miller Orchestra celebrates the life of Glenn Miller and his contribution to the big band sound. With the flair of a 1940s brass band, The Glenn Miller Orchestra performs all of your favorite classics, including “Moonlight Serenade,” “Chatanooga Choo Choo,” and more.

The best-selling recording artist from 1939 to 1943, Glenn Miller was at the forefront of big band music, bringing swing to the American people. Before his disappearance in 1944, the bandleader led one of the most sought after brass ensembles. Miller was immortalized in the 1953 beloved film, The Glenn Miller Story starring James Stewart. Glenn Miller’s effect on the history of music in America can still be seen. With songs including “At Last” to “Tuxedo Junction,” Miller’s songs appear throughout popular culture even to this day.

Formed in 1956 after popular demand, The Glenn Miller Orchestra recreates the atmosphere and energy of an authentic Glenn Miller performance. Just as the original Glenn Miller Orchestra spread their love of swing to audiences in dance halls, studio sets, and theaters across the United States, the new Glenn Miller Orchestra has become one of most sought after big bands in the nation. The Glenn Miller Orchestra performs an average of 300 live dates a year, proving that big band is here to stay. The orchestra performs not only Glenn Miller’s own pieces, but a number of other hit songs as well, including “Someone To Watch Over Me,” “Swing Low Sweet Chariot,” and “Danny Boy.”