On the weekend of 27 – 28 October 2018, the Salvation Army Student Fellowship (SASF) Band (Bandmaster Nathan Miller) from Asbury University visited the National Capital and Virginia (NCV) Division, with events in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC.
The Southern Territorial Songsters (Leader Dr. Beatrice Holz) visited the Maryland-West Virginia (MWV) Division 18 – 21 October 2018, participating in the Tomahawk Arts Weekend. Events included assisting with instruction at Camp Tomahawk, concerts in Hagerstown and Frederick, Maryland, and Sunday worship in Hagerstown.
As a part of their Easter tour of the US eastern seaboard, the Bristol Easton Band (Bandmaster Nathan Cole) performed at the Washington/Maryland Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) in Hyattsville, Maryland on 11 April 2012.
On Sunday, 3 April 2011, the Montgomery County (Maryland) Corps of the Salvation Army celebrated 25 years of worship and service. Special guests for the event included the National Capital Band (Bandmaster Dr. Steve Kellner), Major James Allison, and former Montgomery County corps officers Major Earl Fitzgerald and Captains Melvin and Dianne Welch.
For the second consecutive year, the National Capital Band (Bandmaster Dr. Steve Kellner) held a Youth Band Day in the Washington, DC metro area. This year’s event was held at the Eugene B. Casey Center for Worship and Service (Montgomery County Corps) in Germantown, Maryland, on Saturday, 2 April 2011, with more than 65 young people and other music students in attendance.
In January, 2005, Melinda Ryan assumed the responsibilities of Divisional Music Director for the Maryland – West Virginia Division of the Southern Territory, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.
On 2 May 2004, at the Heritage Church in Severn, Maryland, the Baltimore Brass Band of the Salvation Army presented its fifth annual Spring Festival of Praise.
PSALM Brass (Bandmaster Jason Burn), the youth band of the Alabama-Louisiana-Mississippi Division, made a five-day trip to Virginia and the Washington, DC metropolitan area on Easter weekend, 2004.
On Saturday, 17 March 2004, the National Capital Band (Bandmaster John B. Jones) gave a 45-minute concert at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial in downtown Washington, DC and an evening festival at Prince George’s Corps.
The National Capital Band, under the direction of Bandmaster Lars-Otto Ljungholm, opened the Christmas season with two annual engagements, 1 – 2 December 2001.