Long Beach Municipal Band wraps up season with singer Tony Galla

 

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This last week of the Long Beach Municipal Band’s 2017 season and it promises to be one of the highlights of summer.

Each generation has its own soundtrack. This program presents some of the most defining voices from the late 50’s into the 80’s. From ultimate Classic Rock, to Pop, R&B and the Blues we end the season with a rollicking good time!

Vocalist Tony Galla returns with the Studio Band to round out our enchanted summer of music.

These great free concerts feature big band, pop, jazz, blues and more. All concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. Bring your family, a picnic dinner and enjoy a wonderful evening outdoors in the park all summer long.

 

This diversity of talent provides Long Beach audiences with impressive concerts of jazz, movie, musical and light classical literature. The Band also combines with talented guest vocalists weekly to guarantee that your family’s summer evening in the park will be the highlight of the week.

The Long Beach Municipal Band has been entertaining area residents for more than 100 years. Present conductor Larry Curtis continues a tradition of musical excellence established by such notable conductors as the famous Sousa cornet player Herbert L. Clarke and composer J. J. Richards.

Larry Curtis, after a distinguished career in university music performance, has achieved acclaim as a professional conductor. He will return for his sixteenth season this summer as director of the Long Beach Municipal Band, the nation’s most distinguished professional community wind ensemble.

June 27 – August 4. Concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. Free
Tuesdays: July 18 & 25 @ Bluff Park, August 1 @ Veterans Park
Wednesday: Los Cerritos Park
Thursdays: Marine Stadium
Fridays: El Dorado Park West

Like the Long Beach Municipal Band on Facebook: www.facebook.com/LongBeachMunicipalBand

 

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