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2017-12-18 17:00
Gramercy Brass Orchestra of New York
178 Cedar Ln, 07666 Teaneck, NJ
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Come join members of the Gramercy Brass of New York for our third annual Christmas Carol Sing Along at the Cottage. Free Food, drink specials, raffles and lots of fun! $15 suggested donation at the door. All proceeds benefit the scholarship fund of the Gramercy Brass Band Camp.

2017-12-18 19:00
Derby City Brass Band
2608 Browns Ln, 40220 Louisville, KY
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Please join us next Monday December 18 for our Annual Christmas Concert at St. Andrew UCC located at 2608 Browns Lane Louisville, KY 40220. The concert is free and open to the public with a free will offering given. The band will play seasonal favorites, including The Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah.

2017-12-18 19:00
Brass Band of Huntsville
301 Drake Ave SE, 35802 Huntsville, AL
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Glad Tidings for the Christmas Season played by your hometown Brass Band of Huntsville

2017-12-18 19:00
Oregon Brass Society
715 Quince St, 97439 Florence, OR
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Come enjoy an evening of seasonal brass music on Monday, December 18 at 7 pm. All are welcome to attend. A small donation at the door is suggested.

2017-12-18 19:00
Derby City Brass Band
ST. ANDREW UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 2608 Browns Lane, Louisville, KY 40220
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The band is under the direction of our Conductor, BOB SPIEGELHALTER In addition to seasonal favorites performed by an authentic British style brass band, the group will feature vocalist EVA MARIE MORSE

2017-12-18 19:00
Old Crown Brass Band
2417 Getz Rd, 46804 Fort Wayne, IN
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Four Dances from The Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky, arranged by Philip Sparke 1) March 2) Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy 3) Arabian Dance 4) Trepak An Antiphonal Christmas by Gabriel/Langford/Forsblad, transcribed by Anthony Alessandrini Capriol Suite by Peter Warlock, arranged by Matt Kingston Basse-Danse,Allegro moderato,D minor Pavane, Allegretto, ma un poco lento,G minor Tordion, Con moto,G minor Bransles, Presto, G minor Pieds-en-l'air, Andante tranquillo, G major Mattachins (Sword Dance), Allegro con brio, F major Overture from 'Hansel and Gretel' by Engelbert Humperdinck, arranged by Geoff Colmer In The Bleak Midwinter, Traditional, arranged by Derek Broadbent A Christmas Festival by Leroy Anderson, transcribed by Anthony Alessandrini

2017-12-18 19:00
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.

2017-12-18 21:00
Syracuse University Brass Ensemble
Your local PBS station
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Celebrate the holidays from the comfort of your home with the broadcasts of the annual "Holidays at Hendricks" concert from Hendricks Chapel. Featuring performances by the Syracuse University Brass Ensemble, the Hendricks Chapel Choir, University Organist Anne Laver and friends. Local TV broadcasts (WCNY Syracuse): * Monday, 12/18 at 9 pm * Sunday, 12/24 at 5:30 pm * Monday, 12/25 at 1 pm State-wide TV Broadcasts: * WCFE (Mountain Lake PBS) Plattsburgh: Sunday, 12/24 at 5:30 pm * WLIW New York City: Sunday, 12/24 at 11:30 am * WMHT Albany: Sunday, 12/25 at 4 pm * WNED Buffalo: Saturday, 12/23 at 4 pm * WPBS Watertown: Monday, 12/18 at 9 pm; Sunday, 12/24 at 1 pm; Monday, 12/25 at 3:30 pm * WXXI Rochester: Monday, 12/25 at 2 pm Radio broadcast and audio webstreaming (WCNY-FM 91.3 Syracuse, 89.5 Utica, and online at http://www.wcny.org/radio/) * Sunday, 12/24 at 6 pm * Monday, 12/25 at 8 am

2017-12-19 19:00
The Lexington Brass Band
3100 Tates Creek Rd, 40502 Lexington, KY
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19 AT 7PM (IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH) FEATURING THE VICTORY BRASS, LEXINGTON BRASS BAND, VINCE DIMARTINO JAZZ QUINTET, AND COMBINED CHOIRS OF CENTENARY METHODIST, IMMANUEL BAPTIST, PORTER MEMORIAL BAPTIST, AND TATES CREEK CHRISTIAN CHURCHES. PROCEEDS FROM A SPECIAL OFFERING WILL BENEFIT THE SALVATION ARMY OF LEXINGTON

2017-12-19 19:00
Ashtabula Brass Band
97 Park St, 44041 Geneva, OH
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Free Concert by the Ashtabula Brass Band featuring music of the Holidays! We will be bringing some guests to help sing along through many of the tunes we play, and we invite you to sing along as well! Then, stay afterwards for a great reception of cookies and drink! Keep your ears open, you might hear Santa stop on by too!

2017-12-19 19:00
The Lexington Brass Band
3100 Tates Creek Rd, 40502 Lexington, KY
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Than you for a GREAT audience yesterday...ON TO THE NEXT SHOW! Folks, The Salvation Army Needs US! Local church music ministries are joining together to present a festival Christmas Concert at Immanuel Baptist Church on December 19 at 7:00pm. The free concert featuring The Victory Brass Quintet, the Lexington Brass Band, and combined choirs will culminate in the invitation to give a generous love offering in support of the Salvation Army. The Lexington Brass Band has been a longtime partner with the Salvation Army, as the Army has provided music for our concerts, a venue for rehearsals, and trucks and other logistical equipment to assist in the load in and load of the band’s equipment for our performances, to only name a few. The Salvation Army is facing immediate and significant need for additional funding to fulfill its mission in the Lexington community for the coming year, and we aim to provide a generous gift. Please join us!!!

2017-12-20 19:00
River Brass
1800 Frederica St, 42301 Owensboro, KY
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River Brass presents their free Christmas concert at Owensboro High School in the auditorium. Join us for some holiday fun!

2017-12-21 15:00
Triangle Youth Brass Bands
2 E South St, 27601 Raleigh, NC
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Do you play a Brass instrument? Join us for Brassmas! Brassmas is an event open to ALL brass musicians of any age. The Triangle Brass Band organization invites any and all brass players to join us in playing Christmas carols prior to our concert on Thursday December 21, 2017 at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh, and of course, stick around and listen to our concert!!! Bring friends and family and enjoy a night of Holiday cheer, as it should be…BRASSY. Schedule for Thursday December 21, 2017 (tentative) 3:00 – Registration / Check in (please pre-register online) 3:30 – Rehearsal (you MUST bring a music stand) 5:00 – Dinner Break 6:15 – Perform (outside- dress warm) (Lighting is low) 6:30 – Pack Up 7:00 – TBB Concert Brassmas will be held at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh, NC. (2 E South St, Raleigh, NC 27601) **** This is a half day for Wake Co. Schools, and is the last day of school before the holiday break. Have some fun and spend it with ALL BRASS See website for more details. http://trianglebrass.org/brassmas/ Please help us by PRE-Registering via our website. Fill out the form, then directly submit payment. Two easy steps. All participants are encouraged to stay and attend the Triangle Brass Band concert at 7:00 PM in Meymandi, directly after the Brassmas Event. A great way to hear some cool holiday music. And it is included in your registration!!!!

2017-12-21 15:00
Triangle Brass Bands
2 E South St, 27601 Raleigh, NC
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Do you play a Brass instrument? Join us for Brassmas! Brassmas is an event open to ALL brass musicians of any age. The Triangle Brass Band organization invites any and all brass players to join us in playing Christmas carols prior to our concert on Thursday December 21, 2017 at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh, and of course, stick around and listen to our concert!!! Bring friends and family and enjoy a night of Holiday cheer, as it should be…BRASSY. Schedule for Thursday December 21, 2017 (tentative) 3:00 – Registration / Check in (please pre-register online) 3:30 – Rehearsal (you MUST bring a music stand) 5:00 – Dinner Break 6:15 – Perform (outside- dress warm) (Lighting is low) 6:30 – Pack Up 7:00 – TBB Concert Brassmas will be held at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh, NC. (2 E South St, Raleigh, NC 27601) **** This is a half day for Wake Co. Schools, and is the last day of school before the holiday break. Have some fun and spend it with ALL BRASS See website for more details. http://trianglebrass.org/brassmas/ Please help us by PRE-Registering via our website. Fill out the form, then directly submit payment. Two easy steps. All participants are encouraged to stay and attend the Triangle Brass Band concert at 7:00 PM in Meymandi, directly after the Brassmas Event. A great way to hear some cool holiday music. And it is included in your registration!!!!

2017-12-21 19:00
Triangle Brass Bands
2 E South St, 27601 Raleigh, NC
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Come celebrate the season with Triangle Brass Band, featuring the EPIC Russian Christmas by Alfred Reed. Come early to hear a large massed BRASSMAS ensemble play carols in front of the Duke Energy Center at 6:15 PM.

2018-01-12 19:00
Mission Peak Brass Band (MPBB)
1000 I St, 95354-2381 Modesto, CA
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The Salvation Army's Western Territory Staff Band is made up of outstanding volunteer musicians who all participate in various programs at their local Salvation Army churches. This symphonic band makes up the core of the marching band which has made 97 consecutive appearances in the Annual New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, CA. The band has travelled extensively across the western states and has also toured in Norway, Canada and the United Kingdom. They have recorded three CD's.

2018-01-14 14:00
The Denver Brass
10075 Commons St, 80124 Lone Tree, CO
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TO BOLDLY GO where no brass ensemble has gone before! Revel in the music of the universe - mysterious, majestic, and teeming with intrigue and adventure!

2018-02-10 19:30
The Denver Brass
2344 E Iliff Ave, 80208 Denver, CO
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AL HOOD IS BACK! Bourbon Street is alive, and Mardi Gras is near! Journey with Al Hood and the Denver Brass to the heart of New Orleans where elements of African, Caribbean, Latin and European music come together to create America's original and iconic music - Jazz! From Blues and Gospel to Dixieland and Swing, we'll party on down with the sounds born of our American soul. Guest Artist - Al Hood, Jazz Trumpet

2018-02-23 19:30
New York Staff Band
120 W 14th St, 10011 New York, NY
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New York Staff Band and Mnozil Brass Live in concert. The New York Staff Band and Mnozil Brass will share the stage at the Centennial Memorial Temple in NYC on February 23, 2018. Tickets go on sale on December 20 and will be available at www.nysb.org. This is the first time Mnozil Brass will perform in NYC - tickets will go fast. Mnozil Brass is one of the world's premiere brass ensembles. Over 130 shows a year - the group has sold out houses from the farthest reaches of the European continent, from Israel to China, Australia to Canada, and most places in between! they have captivated audiences with their unique blend of immense virtuosity and theatrical wit. No wonder their videos have garnered millions of Youtube views and their fans travel countless miles to hear them play. Their name comes from the "Gasthaus Mnozil," a restaurant across the street from the Vienna Conservatory, where, in 1992, seven young brass musicians met and began playing at a monthly open-mic. Since then, the group has embraced repertoire for all ages and stages of life: from folk to classical to jazz to pop; all executed with the same fearlessness, immense technical skill, and typical Viennese "schmah" (a kind of sarcastic charm!).

2018-02-23 20:00
Pikes Peak Brass Band
210 N Santa Fe Ave, 81003 Pueblo, CO
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The Pikes Peak Brass Band will give a feature performance to the Festival of Winds Honor Bands at CSU Pueblo. The concert is free to the public. Please join us for an exciting evening of powerful and dynamic brass!

2018-02-25 15:00
Milwaukee Festival Brass
135 N 76th St, 53213 Milwaukee, WI
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In what has become an annual tradition, our February program, “Formidable Brass,” highlights the technical prowess, compositional ingenuity, and color spectrum of the brass band idiom.

2018-03-03 19:00
Nebraska Brass Band
421 S 36th St, 68131 Omaha, NE
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Join the Nebraska Brass Band and MasterSingers of Omaha as they entertain their audience with music taken from Broadway and Film. If you like music from the movies and stage, this is one event you don't want to miss! The concert will include music from "The Wizard of Oz", "Glenn Miller", "Les Miserables", "The Final Countdown", "Irvin Berlin", "Brassed Off", "Space Odyssey", "Harry Potter" and more!

2018-03-10 15:00
The Denver Brass
4500 E Hampden Ave, 80113 Cherry Hills Village, CO
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EXPERIENCE UNPARALLELED CELTIC INSPIRATION in an acoustically magnificent setting. Pipe organ, brass and bagpipes come together to create a riveting and emotional celebration of Colorado's Celtic heritage. If it's goosebumps you're after, this is the concert for you! Guest Artists - Celtic Colorado Pipes & Drums - Rick Seaton, Organ

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

2018-03-16 19:30
The Denver Brass
2344 E Iliff Ave, 80208 Denver, CO
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PIPERS, DANCERS AND BRASS, OH MY! It's a full-blown St. Patrick's Day extravaganza. If you're looking for a weekend of non-stop fun, don't miss this annual sold-out show. We're all a little Off-Kilter, so whether you have the Luck O' the Irish or your gold was stolen by a sneaky Leprechaun, you'll be guaranteed a grand time with great company. Guest Artists - Celtic Colorado Pipes & Drums - Todd Teske, Tenor - Joanna & Iain Hyde, Fiddle & Guitar - Wick School of Irish Dance - Rocky Mountain Highland Dancers

2018-03-24 11:00
Dublin Community Bands
Dublin, OH
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Registration is now open for the Dublin Festival of Brass and the chase for the Paul E. Droste Shield. This year’s Dublin Festival of Brass (DFOB) will take place on Saturday, March 24th, 2018 at Dublin Jerome Performing Arts Center in Dublin, Ohio. The contest format remains the same with each band performing a major work, a march and a slow melody. As in the past there will be both A-Section (Championship/First) and B-Section (Second/Third) prizes for bands as well as a plethora of caption awards. Adjudicators We are very excited to announce this year’s adjudicators, which include band adjudicator and Besson Artist, Steven Mead. DFOB has been using Steven’s criteria based assessment rubric and so we are excited to have the creator involved this year. The Caption Adjudicator is William Ballenger, Director of the School of Music at The Ohio State University. Registration Registration is due December 1st, 2017; However, if there is an excessively high demand DFOB may have to limit the number of bands to the first entries received. So, please get those entries in early. More information regarding registration, rules, and rubrics can be found at www.dublinbands.com/DFOB/

2018-04-06 08:00
Old Crown Brass Band
125 W Jefferson Blvd, 46802 Fort Wayne, IN
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NABBA 2018 Championships coming to Fort Wayne April 6-7, 2018. Plan on attending this great event!

2018-04-06 08:00
Fountain City Brass Band
125 W Jefferson Blvd, 46802 Fort Wayne, IN
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The Fountain City Brass Band and the bands of the Fountain City Youth Brass Academy will join the finest bands in North America at the annual North American Championships.

2018-04-13 10:00
New York Staff Band
New York, NY
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Van 13 t/m 22 april is de ASB te gast in de USA Eastern Territory van het Leger des Heils voor een tournee. Meer info volgt z.s.m.

2018-04-21 19:30
The Denver Brass
4500 E Hampden Ave, 80113 Cherry Hills Village, CO
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YO HO, YO HO! A PIRATE'S LIFE FOR ME! Set sail with Denver Brass and Pan Nation's steel drums to the clear blue waters of the Caribbean. We've commandeered a ship carrying the finest brass players in the world and journeyed to a land of exotic island rhythms. While jewels may be tempting, it's all about something much more valuable than gold - Brass and Steel! Guest Artists - Tom Miller and Pan Nation Steel Drums

2018-04-29 16:00
Nebraska Brass Band
2000 D St, 68502 Lincoln, NE
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Hosted by The Nebraska Brass Band A Choral Continuum: Perspective- Music about Music Sunday April 29, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. First Plymouth Church 2000 D Street Lincoln, NE 68502 with Abendmusik and the Nebraska Brass Band

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!

2018-05-06 14:30
Brass Band Northwest
1717 Bellevue Way NE, 98004 Bellevue, WA
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Spring is a time of rebirth which Brass Band Northwest will explore through music. Paul Lovatt-Cooper and Gustav Mahler both present visions of resurrection. Mahler wrote the text which concludes his second symphony: Die shall I in order to live. Rise again, yes, rise again, Will you, my heart, in an instant! That for which you suffered, To God shall it carry you! —Gustav Mahler John McCabe's work refers to a different rebirth. The salamander of the title is not a small lizard, but is, rather, a category of mythical elemental being: Gnome, being of earth Undine, being of water Sylph, being of air Salamander, being of fire The phoenix that rises from the ashes is an example of a mythical salamander. This season we celebrate the centenary of the birth of Leonard Bernstein and feature his music on our programs. We opened our season in October with Shivaree (1970), a short fanfare that Bernstein composed in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Metropolitan Museum in New York and later repurposed in Mass. This evening we offer a movement of his charming Chichester Psalms (1965), originally for chorus and orchestra. In June we present "Three Dances from On The Town" (1947). In many ways Bernstein personified American music in the twentieth century performing at the highest levels as pianist, conductor, composer and educator. He is perhaps most remembered 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 symphonies, 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. Program 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)

2018-05-06 15:00
Fountain City Brass Band
2030 E College Way, 66062 Olathe, KS
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The Fountain City Brass Band presents ‘Across the Stars,’ featuring music inspired by the ‘great beyond.’ Ticket information to follow.

2018-05-19 19:00
Flint Citadel Band of The Salvation Army
TBD
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In celebration of The Salvation Army Flint Citadel's 125th Anniversary serving humanity in Flint, Michigan, The Flint Citadel Band, with special guests The Chicago Staff Band will be performing a joint concert.

2018-05-20 15:00
Milwaukee Festival Brass
135 N 76th St, 53213 Milwaukee, WI
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In May, “Festival City Postcards” will turn the focus on our own hometown, with selections inspired by, composed for, or premiered in Milwaukee. As the city’s only British Brass Band, we relish our role as musical ambassadors for this great and vibrant community.

2018-05-27 14:00
Illinois Brass Band
2007 Civic Center Way, 60073 Round Lake Beach, IL
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The Illinois Brass Band returns to perform a program of marches, patriotic music and popular music. The performance will take place rain or shine. The concert will take place on the outdoor stage on the east side of the building, weather permitting. In the event of rain, the performance will take place inside the building. This performance is underwritten by the Village of Round Lake Beach Cultural and Civic Center and its sponsors. Admission is free and open to the public.

2018-05-29 13:00
Fountain City Brass Band
4525 Downs Dr, 64507 Saint Joseph, MO
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The 2nd Annual MWSU/FCBB Brass & Percussion Camp will take place Tuesday, May 29-Saturday, June 2, 2018. The Brass and Percussion Camp is open to any brass and percussion enthusiasts from high school or college age and beyond. The program is designed to immerse campers in a well-rounded and fun musical environment. Fees for the camp are as follows: Resident Camper: $425.00 (includes all meals and housing) Commuter Camper: $325.00 (includes all meals) A $50 discount is available to members of the Fountain City Youth Brass Academy. For more camp information, call Lee Harrelson at (816) 305-4894 or the Department of Music (816) 271- 4420. For registration information call the Western Institute at (816) 271-4110. Registation forms should include cash, check, money order or credit card information. If not included with registration form, all fees must be paid in full by Friday, April 27.

2018-06-07 20:00
Nebraska Brass Band
51632 Clarinda, IA
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The 43rd annual Glenn Millerfestival is scheduled for June 7, 8, 9, and 10, 2018. Performances this year will be; the world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra, Canadian Brass, Tamana Girls, Bill Baker's Big Band, Adam Swanson, Key of Steam, the GMBS Big Band, The Nebraska Brass Band, and much more.

2018-06-16 19:30
Brass Band Northwest
1717 Bellevue Way NE, 98004 Bellevue, WA
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The final concert of our season at BelPres draws on music inspired by the activities that bring us joy. Bernstein's work, "On the Town" depicts three sailors on shore leave in New York City. Judith Bingham's Four Minute Mile bears the tempo marking,“Sprinting away with great vigor” and courses with muscular, rhythmic drive. Describing Derek Bougeois's work, conductor Tim Reynish writes, "One of his most successful works for me is Diversions. In three movements, the first and third bright and breezy with great use of syncopation and mixed metres, the middle slow and lyrical, this thirteen minute work shows Derek's music perhaps at its best, very approachable, a challenge but eminently playable, deserving of more performances than it gets at present." This season we have celebrated the centenary of the birth of Leonard Bernstein and included his music on most of our programs. We opened our season in October with Shivaree (1970), a short fanfare that Bernstein composed in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Metropolitan Museum in New York and later repurposed in Mass. Our May program included 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). In many ways Bernstein personified American music in the twentieth century performing at the highest levels as pianist, conductor, composer and educator. He is perhaps most remembered 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 symphonies, 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. Program Bingham: Four Minute Mile (3:30) Arnold: Fantasy for Brass (9:40) Bernstein: Three Dances from "On the Town" (12:00) Intermission Bougeois: Diversions for Brass Band (13:15) Gershwin: Cuban Overture (10:30)

2018-10-07 16:00
Brass Band of Minot
Ann Nicole Nelson Hall at MSU
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Hello Everyone! It's Brass Band Concert Time...See you at Ann Nicole Nelson Hall at MSU. Sunday Oct 7 at 4 pm. Doors open at 3:30. Bring a friend for our Salute to Veterans and their Families!

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