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May 16, 2022


10/26/2021 3:40:00 PM
Venice Concert Band returns November 1
Doreen Curp
Doreen Curp

The Venice Concert Band returns to the stage on Monday, November 1, at 7pm with a concert that will honor military veterans as well as the many heroes who served on the front lines of necessary services during the recent pandemic. Entitled “Our Heroes” and under the direction of Bob Miller, the band will present its first concert of the 21/22 season in the Venice Performing Arts Center, One Indian Avenue, Venice. If you are ready for musical selections that will lift your spirits and make you proud to be an American, you certainly should enjoy this concert. With everything from traditional marches like “Semper Fidelis” to the more contemporary sounds of “All Glory Told,” you will hear music to please your heart and soul. The band and a narrator will join forces in a composition entitled “Ask Not” to both honor and remember the words spoken by President John F. Kennedy and premiering a selection called “Fireman’s Polka,” led by Bill Millner, conductor Emeritus of the band. The soprano soloist for the evening will be Doreen Curp (pictured here) who will sing “Halleluja” and “Let Freedom Ring.” Masks are required inside building. Tickets are $14 and will be available for online only purchases beginning Monday, October 18 at 10am at www.VeniceConcertBand.com Tickets at the door are cash only.





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