Friday, March 23, 2018 8pm at the Smith Center, Ohlone College, Fremont
Vikings and Beatles and Olympians, Oh My! The Mission Peak Brass Band will perform rousing works including Viking Age by Thierry Deleruyelle, Yellow Submarine by John Lennon / Paul McCartney, and John Williams’ Summon The Heroes. Featured performers are Flugelhorn soloist Cliff Mercer in Postcards From Caledonia by Lee Morris. Ken Walter and John Monroe are featured in Novella, a duet for Cornet and Euphonium.
Tickets $15/$10 at the door or www.SmithCenter.com. Parking is $4.
The Mission Peak Brass Band’s next concert is 3/23/18, so save the date! More information to be posted soon!
On Saturday, December 2nd 2017 the Ohlone Community bands will be hosting their Holiday Extravaganza Concert at the Smith Center, including the Ohlone Tuba Ensemble, Mission Peak Brass Band, Ohlone Community Band, and Ohlone Wind Orchestra with Maestro Tony Clements.
Kick off the holiday season and join our raffle for a chance to win a special baton that will give you the special power to conduct Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Ride!” Bring the family for the celebration!
There will be a post concert reception with food and drink.
General Admission $15
Seniors, Staff, Students, and Youth 12 and under $10
Event Parking is $4
Get your tickets in advance online, or by calling 510-659-6031.
The Mission Peak Brass Band is having it’s first concert of the season! We’ll be presenting a diverse music selection including “Highland Fling” by Andrea Crossley with guest artist Robert Hamaker on the xylophone.
The concert is Friday November 3rd 2017 at the Smith Center starting at 8PM. Parking is $4, General Admission is $15, $10 for Senior’s, Students, and Staff. Tickets can be purchased at the door.
First rehearsal of the season Tuesday August 29th! Cy’all there.
The Mission Peak Brass Band presents an evening of brass music variety, with an emphasis on musical fun. Selections include Hogwarts March, Malcolm Arnold’s humorous Padstow Lifeboat, Ralph Vaughan Williams’ light and colorful Overture to Henry V, Percy Code’s Zelda (featuring Principal Ken Walter on cornet), Miklos Rosza’s El Cid, Dave Adams’ lovely arrangement of Strauss’ Die Fledermaus Overture, and more.
You can buy tickets here for $15/$10 or at the door. Parking is $4.
The Mission Peak Brass Band will be playing Sparke’s Fanfare, Romance and Finale, Lovatt-Cooper’s spectacular Fire in the Blood, and British marches O.R.B and Arnhem. Our film feature is Once Upon a Time in the West, with soloist Doug Harris on Soprano Cornet. The band will also perform Grainger’s Irish tune from County Derry, and Sparke’s splashy arrangement of 60’s anthem McArthur Park.
General Admission $15
Seniors, Students, and Staff $10
Campus Parking $4
You can buy tickets at the Smith Center (43600 Mission Blvd. Fremont) box office or online (TBA)
43600 Mission Blvd. Fremont
Come for some Holiday Cheer to our most popular concert of the season!
On Friday November 4th 2016 at the Ohlone College Smith Center we kick off the brass band season with a concert of flourishes and formality.
We’ll be playing a beautiful transcription of the moving Finale from Mahler’s Symphony #2, Our own Dave Adams’ transcription of Saint Saens’ Finale from “Hail! California,” and Karl King’s march Barnum and Bailey’s Favorite.
The concert also includes Eric Whitacre’s Seal Lullaby (featuring flugelhorn soloist Cliff Mercer) and Irving Berlin’s Top Hat, White Tie and Tails.
Tickets are $15/$10 at the door or www.SmithCenter.com. Parking is $4. Please come out and see us!
Max started playing the euphonium only in the last two years, but in that short period of time has already been a part of County, National, and all state honor bands.
Since Max was young, he has been enamored with the physical, emotional, and social aspects of playing and listening to music which connect across nature and humanity alike. He greatly enjoys music theory and performance and is excited to advance his career in music as a Euphonium Performance major at the University of North Texas next year.
He will be featured in Saint-Saens “The Swan”.