Our 45 member community band will perform a concert to celebrate the music of the sea that is certain to entertain all audiences. The concert will start with Fantasy on American Sailing Songs that will capture the essence of life on the water. The Water is Wide, also known as Waly Waly, is a ancient Scottish song about love and the band will perform a very emotional version of this melody. Our guest vocalist Kathy Lamade will sing Moon River and, from the movie Titanic, My Heart Will Go On. You will hear American River Songs featuring traditional songs from the era of riverboat travel and a fun arrangement of songs by the Beach Boys including California Girls, I Get Around, Good Vibrations and more. There will be a Sousa march Hands Across the Sea and a fun trumpet section feature called Trumpets Olé. The band will show off its musical skills with the performance of the challenging Second Suite in F for band by Gustav Holst. To celebrate valentines day we will play a melody of Beatles love songs to sing along to. The concert will conclude with a dynamic version of music from the movie Pirates of the Carribbean.
All concerts are FREEwith donations accepted. Information on the group, our scholarship program, and other performances can be found on this website.
To protect the health of our supportive patrons all audience members must wear masks during performances until further notice. Please check this website for updates.
It is a not to be missed performance of the newest concert band in Southwest Florida. We hope to see you there.
Sunday Nov 7, 2:00 P.M.
Salute our Veterans Concert.
This concert features emotional patriotic music as well as some rousing marches and instrumental solos
Sunday Dec 5, 2:00 P.M.
A Florida Family Christmas.
December is the time for our always popular Christmas show with familiar seasonal melodies and an opportunity for the audience to sing carols along with the band.
Sunday Jan 16, 2:00 P.M.
From the Lights of Broadway.
The band will play some of the most famous music ever to be perfromed on a Broadway stage. Les Miserables, West Side Story, Sound of Music, Chicago and more.