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2017-08-19 13:00
Pikes Peak Brass Band
210 E Midland Ave, 80863 Woodland Park, CO
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Join the Pikes Peak Brass Band for our final summer concert of the year, an outdoor concerts held “On the Green” at the Midland Pavilion adjacent to the Ute Pass Cultural Center. Bring your own chairs and blankets to enjoy an afternoon of top quality brass band music! Admission is free!

2017-08-19 13:00
Boardwalk Brass of Grand Haven
12 N Beechtree St, 49417 Grand Haven, MI
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Join us for the afternnon as you "Walk The Beat" and support the arts in Grand Haven!!

2017-08-23 12:00
Brass Band Northwest
401 Pine St, 98101 Seattle, WA
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Come enjoy a free lunchtime performance by Brass Band Northwest Big Brass Band. For additional activities at Occidental Square and Westlake Park please visit www.downtownseattle.org/parks

2017-08-25 19:30
Twin Cities Brass Band
927 E Old Shakopee Rd, 55420 Bloomington, MN
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Join us for a night of music inspired by your favorite video games! As always, admission is free!

2017-08-26 18:30
Old Crown Brass Band
303 E Main St, 46802-1204 Fort Wayne, IN
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The Old Crown Brass Band is back in action, rehearsing for our upcoming performance at the Taste of the Arts! Please join us at 6:30 pm (not 2pm as previously posted) on August 26th near the Arts United building. We'll be back performing some all time summer favorites, as well as a few new selections to include Strike Up the Band, Hey Baby and Gershwin selections, just to name a few. This concert is free; donations are always welcome!

2017-08-27 12:00
The Allegheny Brass Band
103 Slade Ln, 15086 Warrendale, PA
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It's all about the kids! Come out and join us for Musical Mayhem! Entertainment for the even is provided by Rob & Greg of the Clarks with special guests, Madison Hertwick, North Allegheny Fiddlers, Pittsburgh Philharmonic, 3 Rivers Quartet, and The Allegheny Brass Band! Spread the word! During the event, we will be raffling off gift baskets. By creating a gift basket or donating items for a basket to be raffled during the event, you will promote your business and this worthy cause. Frank’s dedication to the NA Music Department, the City of Pittsburgh and beyond has benefitted so many students and families within and around the community throughout the years and continues to this day! YOU TOO can help a child fulfill their musical dreams, One Note at a Time. As Frank would say, “It’s All About the Kids!”

2017-08-31 17:30
The Brass Band of Central Illinois
Connie Link Amphitheatre
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BBCI performs a wide variety of music written especially for brass band, including classical, popular, jazz, Broadway, and modern compositions. https://www.bbcil.org/

2017-09-10 13:00
Capital City Brass Band
1001 S Barnes St, 48854 Mason, MI
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The Capital City Brass Band invites brass and percussion players to audition for open chairs in our award-winning brass band. We currently have opennings in all sections of the band (cornet, tenor horn, baritone/euphonium, trombone, tuba and percussion). The CCBB, under the baton of newly appointed conductor/music director Jim Otto, has an exciting season planned, including a return to the North American Brass Band Competition in March. PM Bob Woodard or email bobwoodard@comcast.net for more information.

2017-09-10 16:30
Motor City Brass Band
15101 Ford Rd, 48126 Dearborn, MI
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Concert - Henry Ford Village

2017-09-16 16:00
Brass Band Northwest
2350 N 30th St, 98407 Tacoma, WA
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Join BBNW as we celebrate Pioneers Days at Old Town Park, Tacoma with a concert of light classics and pops with a few surprises mixed in! Program Gershwin: Strike up the Band (3:30) Oliver, Joe “King”: West End Blues (3:00) Holst Suite in Eb (10:00) Chacone Intermezzo March Alford: Roll ‘Em Up (2:30) Anderson: Instant Concert (3:00) Traditional: Barnyard Blues (3:00) Chagnard: Roma (3:30) God Bless America Medley (5:00) Hardiman: Victory from Cry of the Celts (3:00) Hackman: Slippery Place (3:00) Tchaikovsky: Overture to 1812 (6:00) Kingston: Riffs and Whiligigs (3:00) Lear: Barney’s Tune (3:30) Elgar: Nimrod (3:30) Reed: Ode for Trumpet (4:30) Bulla: Armed Forces Salute (4:00?) Give Up the Funk (3:30) Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever (3:15)

2017-09-17 15:00
The Eastern Iowa Brass Band
221 1st St E, 52314 Mount Vernon, IA
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Come and enjoy a free family fun concert with The Eastern Iowa Brass Band and Backroad Brass! Listen to fun music, enjoy the instrument petting zoo, yard games, snacks and more!

2017-09-29 19:00
Pikes Peak Brass Band
3820 N 30th St, 80904 Colorado Springs, CO
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A spectacle of hundreds of performers including the Pikes Peak Brass Band, the Air Force Academy Band, the 4th Infantry Division Band, mutliple bagpipe troops, the Colorado Springs Chorale, presicion military display teams, and more. Hear as the bands join in the grandest finales! Get your tickets now!

2017-09-30 14:00
Pikes Peak Brass Band
3820 N 30th St, 80904 Colorado Springs, CO
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A spectacle of hundreds of performers including the Pikes Peak Brass Band, the Air Force Academy Band, the 4th Infantry Division Band, mutliple bagpipe troops, the Colorado Springs Chorale, presicion military display teams, and more. Hear as the bands join in the grandest finales! Get your tickets now!

2017-09-30 19:00
Pikes Peak Brass Band
3820 N 30th St, 80904 Colorado Springs, CO
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A spectacle of hundreds of performers including the Pikes Peak Brass Band, the Air Force Academy Band, the 4th Infantry Division Band, mutliple bagpipe troops, the Colorado Springs Chorale, presicion military display teams, and more. Hear as the bands join in the grandest finales! Get your tickets now!

2017-09-30 19:30
Brass Band Northwest
23215 NE Greens Crossing Rd, 98053 Redmond, WA
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Brass Band Northwest bids adieu to summer with a final performance of our pops repertoire at Trilogy in Redmond; a fun mix of light classics and pops with a few surprises promises fun for the whole family. Gershwin: Strike up the Band (3:30) Oliver, Joe “King”: West End Blues (3:00) Holst Suite in Eb (10:00) Chacone Intermezzo March Alford: Roll ‘Em Up (2:30) Anderson: Instant Concert (3:00) Traditional: Barnyard Blues (3:00) Chagnard: Roma (3:30) God Bless America Medley (5:00) Hardiman: Victory from Cry of the Celts (3:00) Hackman: Slippery Place (3:00) Tchaikovsky: Overture to 1812 (6:00) Kingston: Riffs and Whiligigs (3:00) Lear: Barney’s Tune (3:30) Elgar: Nimrod (3:30) Reed: Ode for Trumpet (4:30) Bulla: Armed Forces Salute (4:00?) Give Up the Funk (3:30) Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever (3:15)

2017-10-05 19:00
Nebraska Brass Band
7400 Military Ave, 68134 Omaha, NE
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Join us on October 5th, 2017 for an entertaining evening highlighting and celebrating the formation of The Nebraska Brass Band. The evening program will feature the music of Philip Sparke, Joey Tempest, Stephen Bulla, Saint-Saëns, Len Ballantine, Beethoven and others. Tickets are now available by visiting www.nebraskabrassband.com/boxoffice.

2017-10-07 16:00
Rocky Mountain Brassworks
3 Community Park Rd, 80020 Broomfield, CO
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The Rocky Mountain Brassworks will play music highlighting all of the various parts of a British Styled Brass Band. There will be music featuring our percussion secion by Newton. There will be fun music arranged by Barry and large, symphonic works by Ralph Vaughn Williams and Gordon Langford. To start the season we've got it all covered. A 4 PM start time in a beautiful auditorium makes this a "DON'T MISS" concert indeed.

2017-10-08 14:00
Boardwalk Brass of Grand Haven
1051 S Beacon Blvd, 49417 Grand Haven, MI
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Fall into the sounds of autumn with an afternoon of brass music by the Boardwalk Brass of Grand Haven.

2017-10-08 14:30
Free State Brass Band
946 Vermont St, Lawrence, KS 66044-2832, United States
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Lawrence's own Free State Brass Band kicks off its 4th full season on their way to their first-ever appearance at the North American Brass Band Championships. Come join the band for a free concert with family and friends, and enjoy some great music......everything from Eric Whitacre to Peter Graham.

2017-10-15 15:00
Oakland University Brass Band
207 Varner Hall, 48309-4401 Rochester, MI
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The Oakland University Brass Band will feature solos by student musicians, as well as a transcription of movements from Ottorino Respighi’s Church Windows. $8 all seats

2017-10-21 19:00
Milwaukee Festival Brass
20275 Davidson Rd, 53045 Brookfield, WI
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Stories in Brass

2017-10-22 14:30
Brass Band Northwest
1717 Bellevue Way NE, 98004 Bellevue, WA
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In 2018 we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Leonard Bernstein. In many ways he personified American music in the twentieth century performing at the highest levels as pianist, conductor, composer and educator. He is perhaps most remembered as as music director of the New York Philharmonic—especially his performances for the Young People’s Concerts—and as the composer of “West Side Story.” As a composer he was active in the concert hall—three symphonys, three operas (“Trouble in Tahiti,” “Candide,” and “A Quiet Place”) and three ballets (“Fancy Free, Facsimile, and Dybbuk,”) among numerous other works, but was perhaps most successful on Broadway with “On the Town”, “Wonderful Town” and especially “West Side Story.” This year we will feature his works on most of our programs. We open our season in October with "Shivaree" (1970), a short fanfare that Bernstein composed for brass composed in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Metropolitan Museum in New York and later repurposed in Mass. Our May program includes a movement of his charming “Chichester Psalms” (1965), originally for chorus and orchestra, and in June we present three dances from “On The Town” (1947). Bernstein: Shivaree (2:00) Howells: Suite Pagentry (13:30) Miller: Aftermath (4:00) Walton: Crown Imperial (7:30) Intermission Weinstein: Four Songs Without Words (11:00) Elgar: Nimrod (4:00) Hardiman: Cry of the Celts (12:00)

2017-10-25 19:30
Oakland University Brass Band
207 Varner Hall, 48309-4401 Rochester, MI
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Our annual large ensemble season opener features the Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, Brass Band and the Golden Grizzlies Band. Gregory Cunningham, Jeffrey Heisler, Kenneth Kroesche, conductors. $8 all seats

2017-10-29 14:00
New England Brass Band
315 Turnpike St, 01845 North Andover, MA
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Under the direction of William Rollins, NEB is a 30-piece brass and percussion ensemble that upholds the instrumentation and music of the "British Brass Band" tradition.

2017-11-02 19:00
Pikes Peak Brass Band
1590 W Fillmore St, 80904 Colorado Springs, CO
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The Pikes Peak Brass Band will join the CSYSA's Pikes Peak Winds & Bravo! Winds for a joint concert. With educational outreach as a central component of our mission, the PPBB regularly plays concerts with youth organizations to help inspire the next generation of musicians and audiences. Please join us for this free concert!

2017-11-05 15:00
Mid Michigan Brass Band
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Our first concert of the 2017/2018 concert season will be on Sunday November 5th. Mark your calendars. Details to follow.

2017-12-02 19:00
Milwaukee Festival Brass
1615 N Wauwatosa Ave, 53213 Wauwatosa, WI
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Holidays in Brass

2017-12-07 19:00
Brass Band of Nashville
4101 Harding Pike, 37205 Nashville, TN
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* THIS IS AN INFORMATION PAGE FOR ALL PEOPLE INTERESTED IN PLAYING IN OUR ANTIPHONAL BRASS SECTION DURING THE PERFORMANCE OF RUSSIAN CHRISTMAS MUSIC - THERE WILL BE A SEPARATE PAGE FOR OUR CONCERT EVENT - ONLY SIGN UP HERE IF YOU ARE PLAYING IN ANIPHONAL BRASS* Well - The Brass Band of Nashville is going to play Russian Christmas Music again this year. It was such a special and meaningful experience in 2015 - I'd like to do it again. The 2015 experience ended up being even more meaningful to me because our antiphonal brass section was nearly all TTU alumni. So, I'd like to more formally "work" this - and, I'd like to open this up on a first come, first serve basis to our alumni that would like to be involved in this special event. For those of you that don't know - we have a brass band arrangement of the piece, and we have added Pipe Organ. We double the parts from (as I recall the famous measure is 219) the "big push" and go all out with the intent of blowing the roof off the church. I call this going "Full Hermann" - which is much better than "Half Hermann" - because, we all know there is no such thing as half Hermann!! In all seriousness. This piece is very special to us all. All years, all decades - it's one of the most epic and dynamic pieces of music that has been created. Those of us that were around for the first performance at Tennesssee Tech in December of 1989 were immediately connected to the special way that Mr. Hermann did the piece with the added brass and organ. So, since the love of the piece is really all his fault - it's a fitting tribute to our fine University, our experiences there that bind us and his love, infulence and direction. So - let's do it!! If I have invited you to this - you are Tech alumni. I am inviting one reed instrument to see if she would be interested. If so - we can see what we can come up with. I have invited a special guest to be a part of this. I am not looking for him to "work" - but, if he wanted to do something, that would be of course, amazing. I don''t know if he can make it - because, Holy Cats - you know the guy is crazy busy. You know we all love him - this is a tribute to "his thing" anyway. Getting together with you when we did it last was amazing. I had lost six friends in 2015 in six weeks - including my mother. The fact that you folks participated and honored my band in the way you did is something I will never forget. I can't thank you enough. There's time to plan!!!!! Stay tuned to this event page for updates as we progress along this year. The date is GOOD!!!! December 7th!! Russian Christmas Music that will live in INFAMY!!! !

2017-12-07 19:00
Brass Band of Nashville
4101 Harding Pike, 37205 Nashville, TN
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December 7th, 2017 will be the final concert for the 2017 season for the Brass Band of Nashville. Details and selections will be announced as we approach the concert date. This concert will feature Alfred Reed's masterpiece "Russian Christmas Music" as the grand finale. This will include the great pipe organ of Vine Street Christian Church and an antiphonal brass ensemble performing with the Brass Band of Nashville. This is one that you don't want to miss! The Brass Band of Nashville is conducted by Andy Corum. This concert as ALL of our concerts is FREE and open to the public.

2017-12-12 19:30
Brass Band Northwest
1717 Bellevue Way NE, 98004 Bellevue, WA
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Bogenschutz: A Joyous Fanfare? (2:00)] Rowley: A Christmas Carol (30:00) Intermission Colmer: Prelude on Hark the Herald Angels Sing (4:00) Traditional: Twelve Days of Christmas (5:00?) Gjielo: Away in a Manger (5:00) Colmer: Gaudete (2:30) Snowman (4:15) Colmer: You’ll Swing (4:00) Lovatt-Cooper: Christmas Finale (7:00)

2017-12-16 18:30
Nebraska Brass Band
2825 Y St, 68107 Omaha, NE
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Join over 20 performing arts groups all across Omaha as we celebrate the meaning of Christmas as one people, in one city. Every is welcome to join us for this first ever annual City of Omaha Carol service.

2017-12-18 18:00
Boardwalk Brass of Grand Haven
1051 S Beacon Blvd, 49417 Grand Haven, MI
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Join us as we celebrate the season with a collection of sacred and secular music.

2018-02-25 15:00
Milwaukee Festival Brass
135 N 76th St, 53213 Milwaukee, WI
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Formidable Brass

2018-03-03 18:00
Nebraska Brass Band
201 N 90th St, 68114 Omaha, NE
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Join the MasterSingers of Omaha and The Nebraska Brass Band as they entertain their audience with music taken from Broadway and Film. A highlight in their consert season, the program promises to be entertaining and enjoyable for all who come.

2018-03-11 15:00
Milwaukee Festival Brass
114 W High St, 53563 Milton, WI
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Brass at the Border IV

2018-04-29 16:00
Nebraska Brass Band
2000 D St, 68502 Lincoln, NE
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Join the First Plymouth Choir, Organist Tom Trenney, Lincoln Choral Artists and The Nebraska Brass Band as they celebrate together at the Lincoln Festival of Music. Here is your chance to see some of Nebraska's top talent as well as a special performance of Sir Hubert Parry's "I Was Glad" featuring over a 150 vocal and brass musicians. Don't miss this opportunity!

2018-05-05 14:30
Brass Band Northwest
1717 Bellevue Way NE, 98004 Bellevue, WA
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In 2018 we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Leonard Bernstein. In many ways he personified American music in the twentieth century performing at the highest levels as pianist, conductor, composer and educator. He is perhaps most remembered as as music director of the New York Philharmonic—especially his performances for the Young People’s Concerts—and as the composer of “West Side Story.” As a composer he was active in the concert hall—three symphonys, three operas (“Trouble in Tahiti,” “Candide,” and “A Quiet Place”) and three ballets (“Fancy Free, Facsimile, and Dybbuk,”) among numerous other works, but was perhaps most successful on Broadway with “On the Town”, “Wonderful Town” and especially “West Side Story.” This year we will feature his works on most of our programs. We open our season in October with "Shivaree" (1970), a short fanfare that Bernstein composed for brass composed in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Metropolitan Museum in New York and later repurposed in Mass. Our May program includes a movement of his charming “Chichester Psalms” (1965), originally for chorus and orchestra, and in June we present three dances from “On The Town” (1947). Pickard: Invocation (2:30) Bernstein: Chichester Psalms (5:00) Allegri: Miserere (6:00) Lovatt-Cooper: Vitae Aeternam (10:00) Intermission Miller: From Here to Eternity (3:00) McCabe: Salamander (12:00) Finale from Mahler 2, “Resurrection” (6:00)

2018-05-20 15:00
Milwaukee Festival Brass
135 N 76th St, 53213 Milwaukee, WI
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Festival City Postcards

2018-06-16 19:30
Brass Band Northwest
1717 Bellevue Way NE, 98004 Bellevue, WA
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In 2018 we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Leonard Bernstein. In many ways he personified American music in the twentieth century performing at the highest levels as pianist, conductor, composer and educator. He is perhaps most remembered as as music director of the New York Philharmonic—especially his performances for the Young People’s Concerts—and as the composer of “West Side Story.” As a composer he was active in the concert hall—three symphonys, three operas (“Trouble in Tahiti,” “Candide,” and “A Quiet Place”) and three ballets (“Fancy Free, Facsimile, and Dybbuk,”) among numerous other works, but was perhaps most successful on Broadway with “On the Town”, “Wonderful Town” and especially “West Side Story.” This year we will feature his works on most of our programs. We open our season in October with "Shivaree" (1970), a short fanfare that Bernstein composed for brass composed in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Metropolitan Museum in New York and later repurposed in Mass. Our May program includes a movement of his charming “Chichester Psalms” (1965), originally for chorus and orchestra, and in June we present three dances from “On The Town” (1947). Bernstein: Shivaree (1:10) Bougeois: Diversions for Brass Band (13:15) Bernstein: Three Dances from "On the Town" (12:00) Intermission Bingham: Four Minute Mile (3:30) Arnold: Fantasy for Brass (9:40) Gershwin: Cuban Overture - (10:30)

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