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The Concord Band

A Symphonic Concert Band
Box 302, Concord, MA 01742
Tel: 978-897-9969
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51 Walden

The Concord Band, founded in 1959, is a 65-member community band located in Concord, MA.
James O'Dell is the Music Director, and Steven Barbas is the Assistant Conductor.

Recipient of the2013 Sudler Silver Scroll Award, Amerca’s most prestigious award for community concert bands. Read about it on the Concord Band Blog.

Welcome to our 58th season!
We have a terrific schedule of concerts.
Please browse our extensive collection of on-line information.

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Upcoming Events

2016 Fall Concert: “” – Saturday,October 22, 8:00 pm
51 Walden, Concord MA.

This is the first concert of our new season, featuring soloists from within the band.

This is a free concert. Donations will be gratefully received.


Bolero Maurice Ravel
Dan Diamond, percussion soloist
Boston Liberties Julie Giroux
Concertino Carl Maria von Weber
David Purinton, clarinet soloist
Danzon Leonard Bernstein
Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis Ralph Vaughan Wiliams
— Intermission —
Fugue a la Gigue arr. Gustav Holst
La Fiesta Mexicana H. Owen Reed
Suite on Celtic Folk Songs Tomohiro Tatebe
Third Suite Robert E. Jager

Looking for Substitute Players

The Concord Band is looking for musicians who would be willing to be on our “call list” to fill in for absences in rehearsals or performances. If you'd like to play with us or know someone who might, please get in touch with either Jim O’Dell, CBA Director or Dave Tweed, CBA Personnel or leave a message on the band’s answering machine at 978-897-9969.

The Concord Band on TV

Since 2008, some of our concerts have been recorded and made available by Concord-Carlisle TV. See our Concert Videos page.

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The Concord Band at 51 Walden on May 19, 2014


This page last updated: 2016/9/25
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