Jericho Brass Band Has Concert June 23

Thursday, June 6, 2019
Jericho Brass Band
Jericho Brass Band

Jericho Brass Band will perform its 21st Anniversary Concert at First Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1505 North Moore Road, Sunday, June 23, at 4 p.m. Admission is free.

Jericho Brass Band is composed of volunteer musicians from varied backgrounds who join together to perform and entertain with a unique style and instrumentation originated in Great Britain. 

The band participated in the Southeastern Brass Band Festival in Marietta, Ga., and received the awards for Best Performance of a March and Best Performance of a Hymn. 

The award winning selections will be performed in the upcoming concert.  Other selections will range in style from J.S. Bach to Glenn Miller. 


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