Our Director Emeritus, Chuck Boody is returning to the podium for one last concert. ‘Sources’ is a celebration of the music at the foundations of band music.Continue reading SCB Returns to Our ‘Sources’
Join the Seward Concert Band for a festive celebration of the winter season. Our program includes a collection of favorite songs from the winter holidays including some new and exciting arrangements. We hope you enjoy this gathering in celebration of midwinter magic.
Our concert will be on Friday, December 16 at the Sanford Middle School auditorium in Minneapolis. Our performance begins at 7:30 PM in the auditorium. Suggested donations are $6 for adults, $5 for seniors and $4 students and children.
- Feliz Navidad by José Feliciano
- Home Alone Selections by John Williams, arr. Paul Lavender
- Christmas Festival by Leroy Anderson
- Hanukkah Festival by Chris Bernotas
- Go Tell It On The Mountain by David Shaffer
- Stille Nacht by Franz Gruber, arr. Chip Davis
- White Christmas by Irving Berlin, arr. Erik Leidzén
- Sleigh Ride by Leroy Anderson
- Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company by John Philip Sousa
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The Seward Concert Band welcomes our friends and neighbors to celebrate the energy of the changing seasons with our 2018 season finale series. This June, we’ll be playing pieces that bring out the energy of the early summer and celebrate community. Continue reading 2018 Season Finale Series
The Seward Concert Band invites you to our Spring Concert on Friday, March 23. This concert series features a challenging and exciting set of works to entertain our community.
Join us at Sanford Middle School in Minneapolis on Friday, March 23 at 7:30 PM. Our performance begins at 7:30 PM in the auditorium. Suggested donations are $6 for adults, $5 for seniors and $4 students and children. Continue reading 2018 Spring Concert Series
As a lifelong band geek, I find a lot of joy playing in the Seward Concert Band. We’re a low-key group that has a lot of talent, which means we get to play some really awesome music. From super traditional Gustav Holst suites to crazy modern Maslanka symphonies, we hit on a bit of everything the concert band repertoire has to offer. In learning all of this music, we exercise our minds and our fingers to become better musicians. On top of all of those wonderful qualities, we also get to hang out with some really cool people and eat tasty treats at break time. It’s really the best of all worlds. Continue reading Bringing Seward Concert Band into the Community