Wow! Thanks to everyone who made it out to our performance at the Koger Center on Saturday night. What did you think? (For you audience members, could you tell we were having a blast–literally?)
One concert down, and one more to go this month. The PCB is off to Charleston, SC next Saturday to perform the finale concert for the National Band Association convention at the Gaillard Center–right around the corner from Emanuel AME Church.
We’d love your help spreading the word to your Charleston area friends! Details can be found here, or you can invite them to our Facebook event page. Your help getting the word out is the best publicity we could hope for, and we’d love to fill that concert hall!
Many thanks to everyone who was able to come to our November 22nd concert. In addition to bringing one of the largest audiences we’ve had for a fall concert in some time, you were also very generous. With your help, the PCB collected 177 food items for Harvest Hope Food Bank! These items were given out to families who might not have had a Thanksgiving without your donations. So thank you, again!
Stay tuned to our Performances page or follow us on Facebook for information coming soon about our February concerts (you read that right!) coming up in just a few months. If you would like to see your name in those programs as a donor, be sure to contact us before February 1. Visit our Support Us page for details.
Until next time, we wish you the happiest of holidays!
This video montage was sent to us via Facebook by John Moody, who composed the piece “First Hero” in honor of his father (and one of the PCB’s founding conductors), William J. Moody. We hope you enjoy this piece as much as we were honored to perform it at this year’s Memorial Day concert!