Free Concert by Westfield Community Concert Band

The band’s Summer Concert Series is sponsored in part by the Westfield Recreation Department, Bruce Kaufman, director.  Chairs and blankets are recommended.  In the event of rain, the concerts will take place in the Westfield Community Room, located in the Westfield Municipal Building. 

The band concludes its Thursday evening Summer Concert Series with a concert program featuring flute soloist Brittany Reich. 

Reich, a band member for five years, will perform Ladies in Lavender, composed for the British film of the same name.   

The band will also perform selections from long-running Broadway hits, Miss Saigon and Wicked, as well as the 2001 film, The Fellowship of the Ring, by award-winning Canadian composer, Howard Shore.

Completing the program will be performances of Commando March, written for the Army Air Corps in 1943, American Overture for Band, and Slavia, by Dutch composer, Jan Van der Roost.  The band will conclude its concert series with a performance of The Stars and Stripes Forever, John Philip Sousa’s 1896 masterpiece.

Contact Information
  1. Barry Rosenberg
  2. 908 337-9073
  3. info@westfieldcommunityband.com
Thu, July 20
7:30 pm — 9:00 pm
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The band’s Summer Concert Series is sponsored in part by the Westfield Recreation Department, Bruce Kaufman, director. Chairs and blankets are recommended. In the event of rain, the concerts will take place in the Westfield Community Room, located in the Westfield Municipal Building.

The band concludes its Thursday evening Summer Concert Series with a concert program featuring flute ...

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