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Bay Area Concert Band

Saturday July 13 @ noon Mingus Park, Coos Bay

A community band has been part of the Coos Bay area since the days of Louis Simpson. The Bay Area Concert Band has opened every Oregon Coast Music Festival since the festival began in 1978!. The Band is a recognized non-profit organization. The group of ~40 distinguished musicians from in and around the bay area welcomes student musicians of proven ability to join them. Conductor Stephen Simpkins will lead the band in performance of an array of typical band music including light classical, medleys from composers of Broadway and famed movie hits, Latin music, and marches.

Boathouse Jazz with Aaron Johnson, Wilbur Jensen, Ilya Lushtak, Dave Captein, & Greg Chen

Sunday, July 14 @ 2pm OIMB Boathouse, Charleston Reception at intermission by Black Market Gourmet [TICKETS]

Community and Visiting Bands: A Century Plus of History

Tuesday, July 16 @ 2pm Coos History Museum 2–4pm with Steve Greif, Wilbur Jensen, Aaron Johnson, Jill Hayner-Thompson & others In light of the sesquicentennial celebration of Coos Bay/Marshfield, learn about the variety and musical groups that performed in our region and hear some of the stories. View photo selections of the traveling and local orchestras and bands and listen to selections of some of the music from participating musicians.

Voices of the Community

Wednesday, July 17 @ 7pm Hales Center for the Performing Arts, SWOCC TICKETS

Musicians from our community provide an eclectic selection of musical genres and instruments. Featured are performances by Dace Sultanov, Cello; Second Wind, a quartet of male voices; and the Swingin’ in the Rain big band. Tickets $15, and students are free.

Bahuru and Baduku Marimba Bands Dance in the Park

Saturday, July 20 @ noon Shore Acres State Park Gardens

The Bahuru and Baduku Bands are Zimbabwean marimba bands, comprised of middle and high school students and are part of the Tri-Cities Steel Band Association, of Richland, Washington. The association promotes world music through education and music performance, and the bands are directed by Walt Hampton.

Marimba Workshop Friday July 19th @ 3-4:30pm in Umpqua Hall, SWOCC. Free with advance registration requested.

Meet the members of the Tri-Cities Steel Band Association’s two Marimba Bands, their director and chaperones. Join them to explore the instruments and the musical arrangements. Learn about their group’s history.

Mipso at the Boathouse

Sunday, July 21 @ 2pm OIMB in Charleston

Since making their acclaimed debut with 2013’s Dark Holler Pop, North Carolina-bred four-piece Mipso have captivated audiences with their finely layered vocal harmonies, graceful fluency in the timeless musical traditions of their home state, and a near-telepathic musical connection that makes their live show especially kinetic. Learn more on their website.

Festival Orchestra I Concert (James Paul, Conductor)

July 23rd @ 7:30pm Marshfield High School Auditorium [TICKETS]

Programming Changes for 2024 Festival Orchestra Maestro James Paul will program and conduct the opening concert (Orchestra Concert I) on Tuesday, July 23. This will be a grand performance and a celebratory finale for our Music Director and Conductor of 31 years who is retiring this year. Maestro has chosen the following compositions: Sullivan: Overture to "The Yeomen of the Guard"; Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending with Steven Moeckel soloist; and Rachmaninoff: Symphony No.2. We plan a gala reception for Maestro Paul at Marshfield following the concert.

The Empire Builders Oregon Army National Guard Band

July 24th @ 7:00pm Hales Center SWOCC

 

 

No Brass No Ammo Army National Guard Brass Street Band

July 25 @ noon Coos Bay Waterfront

Pops Celebrates American Composers: Aaron Johnson, Soloist

July 25 @ 7:30pm Marshfield Auditorium [TICKETS]

Adam Stern returns at Associate Conductor to conduct the Thursday night Pops Concert July 25 with an excellent selection of music by American composers. Pops programing will feature a broad selection of music by composers including Gould, Joplin, Anderson, Bonds, Copland and Ellington. Saxophone soloist Aaron Johnson will join the Orchestra for three songs.
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Redfish Music Quartet/Quintet

July 26 @ 7:00pm First Presbyterian Church, North Bend

W. A. Mozart - E flat piano quartet. Erst von Dohnanyi - Piano Quintet Op. 1.

Fritz Gearhart & Miya Saito-Beckman Violin; Leslie Straka, Viola; Andrew Smith, Cello;  Genevieve Feiwen, Piano.

Festival Orchestra II. Festival Finale (Martin Majkut, Guest Conductor)

July 27th @ 7:30pm Marshfield High School Auditorium [TICKETS]

The Saturday night July 27 performance (Orchestra II) will feature Guest Conductor Martin Majkut, who has selected Smetana: Vltava; Britten: Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes; and Dvořák: Symphony no. 9, From the New World. Majkut is Music Director for the Rogue Valley Symphony in Ashland, Oregon, Music Director of the Queens Symphony Orchestra in New York, and faculty member of Aaron Copland School of Music.
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Purchased tickets will be saved at will call for your convenience

Tickets are available at the Front Desk of the Coos Art Museum, Tuesday-Friday 11am-4pm; Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm. And also in the OCMA office located in the second floor of the Coos Art Museum.

Tickets can be purchased at the door of each event except for the Boat house where the limited seating may be sold out. Tickets can be reserved by calling the OCMA office 541- 267-0938 and links for purchase are listed by each event.

Mark Your Calendars

Events Confirmed: More to be scheduled

Sat. 13: Festival Opening Concert with Bay Area Concert Band: noon @ Mingus Park
Sun. 14: Boathouse Jazz with Aaron Johnson, Wilbur Jensen, Ilya Lushtak, Dave Captein, & Greg Chen - Reception by Black Market Gourmet: 2pm @ OIMB Boathouse
Tues. 16: Community and Visiting Bands: A Century Plus of History 2-4pm @ Coos History Museum
Wed. 17: Voices of the Community 7pm @ Hales Center for the Performing Arts
Fri. 19: Marimba Workshop: Bahuru and Baduku Marimba Bands 3pm @ Umpqua Hall, SWOCC
Sat. 20: Dance in the Park: Bahuru and Baduku Marimba Bands noon @ Shore Acres State Park Gardens
Sun. 21: Mipso at the Boathouse 2pm @ OIMB, Charleston
Tues. 23: Orchestra I: James Paul Celebration: Steven Moeckel soloist 7:30pm @ Marshfield Auditorium. Post Performance Reception in Cafeteria.
Wed. 24: “The Empire Builders” Oregon Army National Guard Band: 7pm @Hales Center SWOCC
Thur. 25: “No Brass No Ammo” Army National Guard Brass Street Band: noon @ Coos Bay Waterfront
Thurs. 25: Pops Celebrates American Composers: Aaron Johnson soloist: 7:30pm @ Marshfield Auditorium
Fri. 26: Redfish Music Quartet/Quintet: 7pm @ First Presbyterian Church, North Bend
Sat. 27: Orchestra II with Guest Conductor Martin Majkut: 7:30pm @ Marshfield Auditorium
Pre Concert Noon Seminars at SWOCC: noon @ Umpqua Hall: Mon. July 22; Wed. July 24; Fri July 26
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