Holiday Concert by the Flint Concert Band

December 12, 2014 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Calvary Presbyterian Church
6100 Richfield Road
Flint, MI 48506

The 55-piece Flint Concert Band will present a concert of Christmas music on December 12 at Calvary, 7:00 pm. There is no charge and the public is invited. (Donations will be accepted.) Afterwards, enjoy some cookies and coffee or punch and meet and greet with the band members. We hope you can join us for this much anticipated annual event!

The Flint Concert Band is the oldest community band in Flint, founded in 1948 by Gerret Ebmeyer and a group of other local musicians. The group played for 20 years at the Flint Central High School Auditorium. It currently performs about 6 or 7 concerts at various venues per year including Whiting Auditorium, civic affairs and celebrations for the City of Flint, local high schools and churches, and many senior citizen complexes. The Band’s current conductor is Bruce Nieuwenhuis. Mr. Nieuwenhuis is a retired Band Director from Swartz Creek High School. In addition to the Flint Concert Band, he conducts the Fenton First Presbyterian Church Choirs, the Genesee Wind Symphony and the Genesee Valley Concert Band.

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