St. Petersburg College’s Community Wind Symphony and Community Concert Band have something in store for everyone at the Community Connections Concert – our final bands concert of the Spring 2017 semester.
SPC’s Wind Ensembles presents its annual Community Connections Concert on April 20 at the Palladium at St. Petersburg College. Admission is free with donations benefiting the local charity Family Resources.
- Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017
- Time: 7:30 p.m.
- Location: Palladium, 253 5th Ave N, St. Petersburg
- Admission and parking: Free
- Phone: 727-341-4360
Benefiting Family Resources
Since 1970, Family Resources, Inc. has been the agency to turn to for crisis counseling, safe shelter, and respite for runaway and homeless teens.
Its mission is to strengthen families and build better communities by providing prevention, support, and counseling services to children, teens, and families.
Community Connections Concert lineup
Legendary Eastman Trombone Professor John Marcellus will present his new arrangements of the Asselandro Marcello Concerto as well as film composer Dave Grusin’s Memphis Stomp.
The Concert Band will present an emotionally charged rendition of Mark Camphouse’s Watchman Tells Us of the Night. Both the Wind Symphony and the Concert Band will perform film selections by John Williams, and the Concert Band will bring down the house with Eric Whitacre’s fun and thrilling Godzilla Eats Las Vegas!
Interested in the arts?
SPC offers degree paths in several music and visual art areas, as well as opportunities for community members to participate in enrichment study.
In addition to the Wind Symphony and the Community Concert Band, the college also offers a variety of musical performance classes including the Madrigalians, College Chorus, Helios Jazz, and more.
The college holds many arts events throughout the year. Learn more about them and save the date for one or more today!