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.
Next Event: Spring Concert
A North Carolina Celebration
Sunday, May 3rd, 6:00 pm
309 West Morgan St / Durham, NC 27701
Youth Concerto Competition winners
Music from North Carolina Composers
Ecstatic Fanfare by Steven Bryant
Bull City Suite by Paul Leary (World Premier)
Variations on a Korean Folk Song by John Barnes Chance
Durham Fanfare by Robert Ward
and much more
This performance in Fletcher Hall is made possible in part by a Grant from the Durham Arts Council's Fletcher Performing Arts Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation.
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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
Click on the Calendar link on this page 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 !
Our new season is underway and the 2014 portion of it has ended with our recent Holiday concerts.
We kicked off the 2015 New Year with our annual Reading Band on Saturday Jan 3rd . Anyone that plays an instrument was welcome and encouraged to join us and many did as several of the local area bands were represented, in all departments, with a great turnout. We sight read and played through quite a few pieces of music that were new to some and familiar to some and I feel safe in saying, enjoyed by all.
Our annual CROP Hunger Walk kickoff WAS Sunday March 22nd, 2015, of the 41st CROP Hunger Walk in front of Duke Chapel.
Our 2014-2015 Season started of with a bang; or I should say a "Dance" as we performed our Annual Fall Concert themed "Shall We Dance". It was performed outside at the Durham Central Park Pavilion. The NC School of Science and Math Band joined us, along with the newest group in town, from our local Croasdaile Village; The Rusty Pipes. A highlight was the audience and NCSSM band members participation dancing as The Rusty Pipes played "The Chicken Song". It was a wonderful audience turnout of 250+ and they all enjoyed the perfect weather while lounging on the lawn to dance medleys from The King and I and Grease, followed by an Irish Jig, a Hoe Down, a Russian Cossack Dance, sambas, polkas and more. I think we can safely say "A good time was had by All"!
Thanks You to our audience members for making it a wonderful for us. If you missed the park performance you can join us on Flag Day, June 14th