KCB Showcase Summer Concert

Sunday, June 20, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. in Bronson Park (downtown Kalamazoo)

Three small ensembles each comprised of KCB members will perform lively tunes. This is your unique opportunity to hear our talented musicians in different settings – a trombone quartet, a French horn choir, and a German band.

This concert is part of the Concerts in the Park series presented by the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo.

Announcing our 2021-2022 season!

Exciting news. The Kalamazoo Concert Band will return this fall for a long-awaited full season of four concerts! Mark your calendars with these dates: October 23, 2021; December 3, 2021; February 26, 2021; April 23, 2021.

Check out our Concerts events pages for details.

The board, our members, and our conductor are all eager to resume having fun providing musical experiences for you and our community.

We are truly grateful for your loyal support last year. Your donations sustained our organization through the stressful challenging period. Soon, we can all be together again to heal and rejoice through music.


We thank the following funders for their support:

Irving S. Gilmore Foundation
Burdick-Thorne Foundation
Tyler-Little Family Foundation
H.P. & Genevieve Connable Fund

 

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