The Northwest Concert Band proudly presents its annual Holiday concert featuring old and new seasonal favorites in old and new arrangements. This one-hour concert is a free event.

Fanfare for Christmas

Do You Hear What I Hear

Fantasia on a 13th Century Carol

Lo How a Rose E’Er Blooming

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Stille Stille Stille

A Kwanzaa Celebration

Christmas Festival (led by 2 vocalists)

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Program

Festival Prelude – Alfred Reed  

Pavanne – Morton Gould  

Skylark – Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael  
Vocalist Leah Novak and pianist Allan Kaye 

Montage (Tribute to Ralph Wilder) – Randy Steinberg 

The Lion King – Elton John, Tim Rice, and Hans Zimmer  

Strike Up the Band – George and Ira Gershwin 

Incantation and Dance – John Barnes Chance  

Straighten Up and Fly Right – Nat King Cole 
Vocalist Leah Novak and pianist Allan Kaye  

Chorale and Shaker Dance – John Zdechlik  

Amber Waves of Grain – James Curnow  

Benediction – John Stevens 
Clarinet Soloist: Greg Mullen

 

 

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May1

The Northwest Concert Band is delighted to welcome everyone to our first spring concert in two years. Please join us for an afternoon of great music written or arranged for band.

The Ukrainian anthem The concert march Where the Black Hawk Soars In the First Light, in memory of Sean Reilly, son of clarinetist Jean Reilly. Composed by Randy Steinberg. Highlights from the musical The Music Man A suite of John Williams' music for the movie The Cowboy and the Cowgirl Fanfare and Call to the Post Symphonic highlights from Frozen Galop from Kabalevsky's The Comedians The symphonic suite Robin Hood Bandwagon

Tickets are $7 and are available at the door. Children 18 or younger are free.