The Durham Community Concert Band is made up of members of all ages and levels of musical talent. The band performs in Durham, North Carolina and the surrounding area at fairs, celebrations, hospitals, malls, sporting events, churches, parks and retirement centers. Our repertoire includes marches, classical, semi-classical, Broadway and other popular literature.
FLAG DAY CONCERT
on JUNE 14th at 4 PM at the
Durham Central Park Pavilion
( Details coming soon)
Our Carolina Theatre performance
A North Carolina Celebration
on Sunday, May 3rd
went off without a hitch.
We want to thank our audience for their support in attendance and donations.
It featured our
Youth Concerto Competition winners
(and they were great)
Music from North Carolina Composers
(with one of the composers, Steven Bryant, in attendance)
The selections performed were:
Ecstatic Fanfare by Steven Bryant
Concerto for 2 Flutes in C Major [link] by Antonio Vivaldi
Symphony No. 6, Finale [link] by Tchaikovsky, arr. DaehnBelow is a playlist of videos of each piece we played. Enjoy!
A North Carolina Celebration by DCCB
This performance in Fletcher Hall was made possible in part by a Grant from the Durham Arts Council's Fletcher Performing Arts Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation and the Durham Merchant Association.
Here's some interesting info about musicians' brains. Click on this link below to watch a captivating video about how playing an instrument improves your brain functions. If you don't already, you may want to start playing an instrument. Then soon you can come play with the Durham Community Concert Band. Enjoy!
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The DCCB is proud to offer band camp scholarships to local student musicians. Please download our application to learn more about this exciting opportunity.
The DCCB's programs are made possible in part by the Durham Arts Council's Annual Fund, and support from the North Carolina Arts Council, an agency of the Department of Cultural Resources.
Please Join Us!
If you play an instrument, please accept our invitation to become a member. No auditions are required.
Rehearsals are held Thursdays from 7:15pm to 9:15pm in the IBM Rehearsal Room at the Durham Arts Council
(120 Morris Street Durham, NC).
As always our concerts are FREE and family friendly
Check our Calendar for dates, times and details of these and other upcoming DCCB performances as they are scheduled and confirmed.
We look forward to seeing you and your friends at any or ALL of our ALWAYS FREE performances!
With our latest performance, at the Historic Carolina Theatre on May 3rd, we are coming to the close of our 2014/2015 season.
We would like to give thanks to you, our audience members, for making it a wonderful event. If you missed it, please plan to join us for our final public performance of the season on Flag Day, June 14th at 4 PM at Durham Central Park Pavilion.