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Tony Clements, guest conductor


 “A Mother of a Band Concert” Concert

Sunday May 14, 2017

2:30pm – 4:15pm

Nevada Theatre
401 Broad Street, Nevada City, CA

The Nevada County Concert Band begins its 46th season with “A Mother of a Band Concert,” featuring big band, classic, jazz, folk, and popular music.  Expect that we'll make a big deal of Mother's Day with flowers, recognitions, and fantastic music.  The 60-member Nevada County Concert Band always puts on a great show, also encouraging audience interaction.  And the ensemble TUBAMONIUM! is back with its special guest vocalist (if you remember last year, you won't want to miss this!).

Our family-oriented concerts are always free, with non-profit donations accepted. 

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Nevada County Concert Band performs at last year’s Mother’s Day concert.


Robert W. Smith

Our Flirtation
John Philip Sousa

Carmen (selection)
Georges Bizet/Al Hayes

Fantasy on “Black Is the Color of my True Love’s Hair”
arr. Alfred Reed
for woodwind choir

Cheerio (march that you sing and whistle)
Edwin Franko Goldman

Can You Feel the Love Tonight (from “The Lion King”)
Elton John/J. Vinson

Bond… James Bond
arr. Stephen Bulla
MEDLEY:  Theme • Goldfinger • Nobody Does It Better • Skyfall • Live and Let Die



Wouldn’t It Be Loverly (from “My Fair Lady)
Alan Jay Lerner/Frederick Leowe
TUBAMONIUM! with special guest Erma Cedars (played by Caroline Young)

Beguine Festival
arr. Glenn Osser
MEDLEY:  I Love You for Sentimental Reasons •
I'll Remember April

Bonnie Annie Laurie
arr. John Philip Sousa/Phil Chapman
for brass choir and percussion

Amazing Grace
arr. Frank Ticheli

Embraceable You
George & Ira Gershwin/Warren Barker
for duet Mark Potampa (tenor sax) and David Bear (trombone) with band

Mamma Mia! (highlights from the Broadway musical)
ABBA/Roy Phillippe
MEDLEY:  Mamma Mia • S.O.S. • I Have a Dream • Dancing Queen

ENCORE: 1915 March
B. C. Bridges/Cheryl Woldseth