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~ 53rd Season ~

Winter Concert

“Brassed Off”

with the Award-Winning

Triton Brass Quintet


Saturday, March 3 at 8:00 p.m.


51 Walden

The Performing Arts Center

51 Walden Street

Concord, MA



The Performing Arts Center at
51 Walden Street, Concord, MA served originally as the town armory.  Built in 1887, the building is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and now provides a home to three resident performing groups.   directions

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There is plenty of FREE parking and the concert location is handicapped-accessible.

James O'Dell

Conducted by
James O’Dell
Music Director

The Concord Band

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Tickets are $15 each ($5 for students and seniors) and are available at the door. Cash or checks accepted.

Call: (978) 897-9969


~ Program ~


Samuel Hazo

Of Sailors and Whales:  Ishmael

W. Francis McBeth

Concertino for Brass Quintet and Band 

John Cheetham

The Triton Brass Quintet


Concierto de Aranjuez: Adagio

Joaquin Rodrigo

Florentiner March

Julius Fučík


Edward Gregson

Enigma Variations: Nimrod

Edward Elgar

In memoriam, William M. Toland,
Music Director Laureate of the
Concord Band (1962-1995)

Five Concord Diversions

James Curnow

The Triton Brass Quintet


Award-winning Triton Brass Quintet to Perform with Concord Band

Triton Brass
The Triton Brass Quintet

Concord, Mass, February 7, 2012 — The Concord Band is thrilled to welcome five outstanding young professional musicians from the Boston area to share the stage at their Winter Concert. The award-winning Triton Brass Quintet will be guest soloists for an exciting and dynamic program, led by Music Director James O'Dell, which will take place at 8 pm on March 3, 2012 at the Performing Arts Center at 51 Walden in Concord.

The quintet will perform Five Concord Diversions for Brass Quintet and Band by James Curnow, commissioned by the Concord Band and premiered in 1987, and the Concertino for Brass Quintet and Band by John Cheetham. In addition, the quintet's Andrew Sorg will be featured on flugelhorn in an arrangement of the Adagio movement from Joaquín Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez, arranged by Concord Band Music Director Emeritus William G. McManus.

Originating from across the United States and abroad, the members of the Triton Brass are now New England area freelance musicians, and among the region's most promising young talents: Stephen Banzaert and Andrew Sorg, trumpets; Shelagh Abate, French horn; Wesley Hopper, trombone; and Angel Subero, bass trombone. Triton Brass were prize winners at the 2005 Lyon International Chamber Music Competition, 2003 Fischoff International Chamber Music Competition, and semi-finalists at the Concert Artists Guild Competition. Triton members are in their second year as artists-in-residence at The Boston Conservatory, where the group serves as both performers and instructors, and are proud to be faculty and co-hosts for the Atlantic Brass Quintet International Seminar.

It is with deep sadness that The Concord Band reports that William M. Toland, the Band's Music Director Laureate, passed away in January. Mr. Toland was Music Director from 1962 to 1995, and established its missions of providing the best in concert band music to Concord-area audiences, commissioning new works for band, and inviting the best guest conductors, composers, instrumentalists, and singers to perform and work with the Band. As a tribute to him, the Band will play the “Nimrod” movement from Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations for this concert. In addition, the Fall 2012 concert will be dedicated to a celebration of Mr. Toland's life and role with the Band.

Also on the program are ...Go by Samuel Hazo, Festivo by Edward Gregson, Florentiner March by Julius Fučík, and “Ishmael” from Of Sailors and Whales by W. Francis McBeth. The concert begins at 8:00 pm in The Performing Arts Center at 51 Walden Street in Concord on Saturday, March 3, 2012. Tickets are $15 each ($5 for students and seniors) and are available at the door.

The Concord Band, founded in 1959, is one of the leading community concert bands in the United States. It is well known for its innovative programming and the exceptional quality of its commissioned pieces. It presents both formal and Pops concerts throughout the year. Thousands attend its summer concerts each year at Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, Massachusetts.


Concert Line: (978) 897-9969


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