Now that our “Concert In The Park” subscription series for 2018-2019 has concluded, it’s time to look forward to our 2019 Summer “Concert In The Park” series at the following venues:

  1. Sunday – June 2, 2019 at Fort Hunt Park beginning at 7 PM. Fort Hunt Park is located off of Mount Vernon Highway as you are driving to Mount Vernon in Virginia.
  2. Friday and Saturday night – June 28th and 29th, 2019 at Mount Vernon, both concerts beginning at 7:45 PM.
  3. Wednesday – July 3rd, 2019 at Mason District Park in Virginia beginning at 7:30 PM.
  4. Thursday – July 4th, 2019 at Mount Vernon, Virginia beginning at 12 Noon.

The programs for each of these performances will be varied, chosen from the following selections:

The Silver Quill March – Nestico

Rejouissance – Curnow

Civil War Fantasy – Bilik

The Klaxon March – Fillmore

That’s Entertainment – Barker

Colonel Bogey March – Alford (An audience participation number!)

Star Spangled Spectacular – Cacavas

Bugler’s Holiday – anderson

Parade of The Tall Ships – Chattaway

Victory At Sea – Robert Russell Bennett

Zacatecus March – Thurston

American Salute – Gould

God Bless The USA – Holmes

America The Beautiful – Dragon

Chorale And Shaker Dance – Zdechlik

The Earle of Oxford March (from the William Byrd Suite) – Jacob

As in every National Concert Band performance we conclude our program with “Armed Forces Medley” in which we salute all veterans, past and present, of our armed forces. This is always followed by our signature song...”This Is My Country.”

And there is always room in the program for “The Stars and Stripes Forever” by Sousa.

Hopefully there are some of your favorites in the program selections as listed above. We hope to see you at one or more of our summer “Concert in The Park” series.


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