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Live Performance with National Symphony Violinist Released on Video Live Performance with National Symphony Violinist Released on Video
Last October, the percussion section of the U.S. Air Force Concert Band partnered with a local violinist to present a truly unique concert on the campus of George Mason University as part of the band’s ongoing Chamber Players Series.The centerpiece of the program was a large-scale work entitled “Concerto for Violin with Percussion Orchestra,” by
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June "On the Fly" “On the Fly” Series Adds Reed Quintet to the Lineup
The June edition of “On the Fly” is here, this month featuring the U.S. Air Force Band Reed Quintet performing a portion of Marc Mellits’ 2014 work entitled “Splinter.” The work was originally composed in eight short movements, each named for a differing species of tree. For “On the Fly,” the reed quintet chose to perform the most dynamic,
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JHS 2018 Twenty-eighth Jazz Heritage Series a Success!
Since its inception in 1990, the Airmen of Note’s Jazz Heritage Series has wowed audiences in the Washington, DC area with high-energy performances from world-class artists, and 2018 was no exception.Featuring the sublime vocals of Cyrille Aimée, masterful artistry of pianist Kenny Barron, and the effervescent improvisations of saxophonist Branford
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Max Impact Max Impact to release self-titled album
For over two decades, Max Impact has established a legacy of innovation with its dynamic original songs, many of which are written for specific career fields within the U.S. Air Force. In early July, the official rock band of the U.S. Air Force will release a much-anticipated album that will include 10 of these original songs.Technical Sgt. Gabe
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The United States Air Force Band will honor our nation's fallen heroes at several different events this Memorial Day, including the National Memorial Day Choral Festival, held at the Kennedy Center on May 27th. Photo by Chief Master Sgt. Robert Kamholz/released Memorial Day Concerts Will Honor The Fallen
Memorial Day serves as an opportunity to pause and remember the sacrifices of more than one million Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen who gave their lives to secure our freedoms. This year, the United States Air Force Band will pay tribute to the fallen in two separate events in the National Capital Region. The U.S. Air Force
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The Heritage to Horizons Concert Series returns for a second year, honoring Air Force Heritage and celebrating today's global air power. Photo by Master Sgt. Grant Langford/released Popular “Heritage to Horizons” Concert Series to Return This Summer
Last year, the United States Air Force Band began a recurring, ceremonial event that would honor those who support the United States Air Force. It is entitled “Heritage to Horizons.” This unique set of themed concerts at the U.S. Air Force Memorial returns for a second year, with four events scheduled to occur monthly from May through
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A highlight of the concert was the featured soloists from both the Central Band and The U.S. Air Force. Technical Sgt. Forrest Sonntag, trumpet, and Corporal Lewis Musson, euphonium, took the stage together for a performance of Tom Davoren’s “Ascension.” Video from Joint Concert with the Central Band of the Royal Air Force Band Features Clips of Tom Davoren’s “Ascension”
On April 16, the U.S. Air Force Concert Band joined forces with the Central Band of the Royal Air Force for a concert celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force. Held at D.A.R. Constitution Hall, the performance was a celebration of the friendship and military cooperation the United States and Great Britain have enjoyed throughout the
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In this month’s installment of “On the Fly,” we are excited to share Steve Reich’s 1972 minimalist classic “Clapping Music,” as performed by percussionists and Concert Band members Master Sgt Randy Gorman and Master Sgt. Adam Green. Video Feature: “On The Fly” Series features Steve Reich “Clapping Music”
Washington, D.C.--In this month’s installment of “On the Fly,” we are excited to share Steve Reich’s 1972 minimalist classic “Clapping Music,” as performed by percussionists and Concert Band members Master Sgt Randy Gorman and Master Sgt. Adam Green.  Using NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series as a template, “On the Fly” captures moments of daily life
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The United States Air Force Band's Summer Concert Series begins May 26th, 2018. Photo by Chief Master Sgt. Robert Kamholz/released Summer Concert Series 2018 Kicks Off May 26!
The U.S. Air Force Band is excited to announce the dates for our 2018 Summer Concert Series. Grab a lawn chair, a picnic basket, and come connect with your United States Air Force at National Harbor Plaza, Smithsonian National Air and Space, Air Force Memorial, the U.S. Capitol (West Side Steps), and many more.
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Michael Burritt will reprise his Guest Artist Series appearance with the Concert Band on April 10th at the Eastman School of Music, playing the New York premiere of "Pseudovector" by Matt Curlee. (Photo by CMSgt Robert Kamholz/released) Michael Burritt Closes out Guest Artist Series, Will Reprise as Featured Soloist on Concert Band Fall Tour
Percussionist soloist and renowned teacher Michael Burritt closed out this year’s Guest Artist Series, wowing the audience in Rachel M. Schlesinger Hall in Alexandria, Virginia, on February 22, 2018 with his dynamic and varied performance. This performance closed out the U.S. Air Force Band’s re-establishment of the popular series this winter after
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