All concerts of the Washtenaw Community Concert Band are FREE.
Proof of vaccination is not required to attend the March 9 concert. Masks are optional although strongly recommended.
Join us back at WCC's Towsley Auditorium for a fall lineup of seasonal and spooky musical selections. We will feature a variety of fall-themed music including selections by composers such as Jodie Blackshaw, Katajh Copley, Omar Thomas, and Frank Ticheli. The band are audience are welcome to dress in Halloween or fall-themed costumes!
Holiday cheer will ring out as the WCCB presents sounds of the season. Conductor William Perrine will be joined by Assistant Conductor Amere Horton and Conductor Emeritus Jerry Robbins in presenting a variety of contemporary and classic holiday arrangements. The band will perform music by Gustav Holst, Kevin Day, Roger Zare, and others.
Join the band as we take a musical trip around the globe! Featuring music by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Camille Saint-Saens, Amir Molookpour, Aakash Mittal, Chen Yi, Percy Grainger, and many others. We start and end in England… how many countries can we visit before our 80 minutes are up?
Enjoy ensembles of various sizes playing a variety of musical genres. Donations will be benefit the Ken Bowman Memorial Scholarship, which supports the expenses for an area middle- or high-school band student to attend Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp.
The WCCB explores the American musical landscape, both new and old. Join us for music by Helen May Butler, William Grant Still, Jennifer Jolley, and John Williams. The concert will feature concerto competition winner Nathan Leung performing Glazunov's Concerto for Saxophone and the world premiere of Eric Szanto’s Asylum Lake, winner of our first Young Michigan Composers Concert Band Composition Contest.
This concert will feature concerto competition runner up William Kletzka performing Concertino Da Camera by Jaques Ibert.
Winner: Eric P. Szanto's original composition Asylum Lake will be premiere on May 4, 2023.
Learn more about this world premiere.
Each year, the band awards a winning prize of $1,500 and a runner-up prize of $500, and each award recipient plays their selected concerto piece at a free public concert of the WCCB.
Winner: Nathan Leung will perform Glazunov's Concerto for Saxophone with the WCCB on May 4, 2023.
Runner Up: William Kletzka will perform Concertino Da Camera by Jaques Ibert with the WCCB on Thursday, June 22, 2023.
Learn more about these award recipients
The WCCB is honored to announce that Dr. William Perrine will take the podium as Conductor and Music Director beginning with our 2022–2023 concert season.