Old Pueblo Brass Band
In Tucson, Arizona, USA since 1996

Performances scheduled for the 2015-2016 ( Twentieth ) Season

The Old Pueblo Brass Band, conducted by Barbara L. Chinworth, is a 30-member British-style brass band. Its literature includes original compositions, transcriptions, British style marches, folk songs of the British Isles, some popular arrangements for the unique score that is the British style of brass band music. This will be our 20th season.

Date/Time Event All Concerts are open to Public
27 Sep 2015
2 p.m.
Swan Lakes Estates
4550 N. Flowing Wells Road
First concert of our 20th season starts at the home of long-time librarian, Martha, the widow of the band's first conductor, J. Franklin Dow.
Autumn Song, a delightful waltz from musicians from the fated ship, Titanic: : Deeds of Daring March, Midway, and Men of Harlech are vigorous compositions about struggles for freedom; Miller Magic, Anything Goes and Selections from Kismet, remind us of times and places.
30 Oct 2015
7 p.m.
Our Saviours Lutheran Church
1200 N. Campbell Ave
We celebrate quests for freedom with Henry Fillmore's march, Americans We and pay tribute to Hungary's brave quest in October 1956 to regain its independence with Berlioz' Hungarian March and Franz Lehar's Gold and Silver Waltz from his opera, The Merry Widow. To mark the season of Hallowe'en we feature Queen of the Night's Aria from Mozart's The Magic Flute, we perform The Overture from Phantom of the Opera and an arrangement of Saint-Saens' Danse Macabre.
5 Dec 2015
7 p.m.
Saguaro Christian Church
8302 E, Broadway Blvd
(SE corner, Sarnoff and Broadway)
Freedom and Festivities are celebrated in this second appearance at this venue. John William's Midway March is repeated and followed by White Christmas, reminders of the sacrifice by sailors and soldiers in WWII. A Rhapsody for Hannukha, Alfrad Burt Carols, Sleigh Ride, and other songs of the season, to include a trombone feature, make this special time of year musically.
22 Jan 2016
7 p.m.
SAVAHCS (VA Hospital)
3601 S. Sixth Ave
Building 60, Tucson, AZ
OPBB has returned several years consecutively to this great hospital for Southern Arizona Veterans repeating some of our selections for the dedicated audience we have come to know. A favorite is the Irish Tune form County Derry put into Brass Band language by one of our own members, himself a veteran.
24 Apr 2016
4:30 p.m.
Northminster Presbyterian Church
2450 E, Ft. Lowell Road
Ye Lads and Lassies: Philip Sparke wrote an epic amount of music, Hymn of the Highlands, celebrating various places in Scotland. OPBB has played some of these hymns but never tried to do the entire suite .... here goes.
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