Friday, July 4 th – Independence Day Concert, Andover – playing time 10:30-11:15 am (earlier and a tad shorter than usual – should be near the brick Maxwell Savage Building on Proctor Grounds near the nice, big, shady tree! Get there early to get parked and set up; leave quickly because traffic associated with the […]
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With our Spring Swing concert behind us, the band is turning our attention to our summer music folders as we prepare for a busy schedule of concert and appearances in a variety of venues around the Kearsarge region. For a complete listing of our confirmed performances, see our Events Calendar. (Other events will added as […]
After a busy summer concert season, the Kearsarge Community Band will take a 3-week vacation from its regular Tuesday evening rehearsals. We’ll start up again on September 17 to prepare for the community bands festival in October.
The band will take a one-week break from its regular Tuesday night rehearsal schedule on June 25. We’ll be back to the grindstone on July 2 in preparation for our 3 — count ’em: THREE! — concerts on July 4, 5, and 6. See our concert schedule for more information.
The Kearsarge Community Band opens the 2013 summer series at the Mary Haddad bandstand on Sargent Common in New London this Friday, June 14 at 6:30. Here’s the expected musical lineup: Bandology (march) Peggy O’Neal (waltz) Harlem Nocturne (jazz) Serenade (classical with a twist) Red’s White and Blue March (by Red Skelton. Yes, that Red […]
Welcome to the new website for the Kearsarge Community Band! If you visited our old site, you’ll recognize some of the content, especially regarding the band’s rich heritage from past generations, and we’ve preserved a number of the photos from the early years of our modern era starting in 1991. One conscious improvement is that […]
Check out the poster for the 2013 Friday Night Bandstand series in New London. (Click here for full size.) The “hometown” Kearsarge Community Band opens the series on June 14 and closes it on August 23, and also plays on July 5 as part of the Center for the Arts First-Friday celebration.