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.

Our 2014 Concert Schedule includes:





Sunday, April 6th

Durham Crop Walk

Duke Chapel, 401 Chapel Dr, Durham


1:30 pm

Sunday, April 27th

Spring Concert

NC School of Science and Mathematics, 1219 Broad St, Durham

7:00 pm

new time!

Sunday, May 18th 

RSI Concert

6310 Mount Hermon Church Road, Durham

1:00 pm

Saturday, June 14th

Father’s Day Weekend Concert

Central Park Pavilion, 502 Foster St., Durham

5:00 pm

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).

Upcoming Events:

 Our next concert is a 

Durham Crop Walk
Sunday, April 6, 2014

Duke Chapel 

401 Chapel Drive. 

Durham, NC 27708

We are proud to perform at the kick-off of the Durham Crop Walk each year!   Please support this worthy cause!

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 ! 

Recent News:

30th Anniversary Concert

took place at The Carolina Theater
 on Sunday April 21st, 2013

It was a wonderful event!  You can see it on YouTube

The DCCB proudly supports

Habitat for Humanity 

and the 

Durham Crisis Response Center