Experience music and history you can feel when the Farmington Community Band presents “Textures and Tones.” Starring the FCB Concert Band, the performance is Sunday, March 3 at Harrison High School in Farmington Hills, beginning at 3 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public of all communities.
Those who appreciate outstanding music, and those who appreciate the academic and extracurricular programs at Harrison High School, will want to attend this historic performance — possibly FCB’s last at Harrison High.
Details from Farmington Community Band:
The FCB Concert Band presets an afternoon concert rich in the textures and tones of classic chamber music featuring select ensembles that make up the FCB Concert Band. The full band will then compliment the afternoon with an exciting assortment of compositions including “Incantation and Dance,” “Chester,” and Sousa’s “George Washington Bicentennial March.” This will be the last time that the FCB will be performing at Harrison High School because the school is closing at the end of this academic year. Harrison has been “home” for the FCB since it opened in 1970 when Paul Barber became Harrison’s band director. Free Admission!
Now in its 53rd concert season, The Farmington Community Band music organization includes over 100 people participating in various wind ensembles. Band members are comprised of wide variety of ages and backgrounds who simply enjoy performing good music. For more information visit fcbmusic.org.