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            Auditions Indefinitely Postponed

            We are sorry to report that due to ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19, we must indefinitely postpone CRMB auditions. We will not be able to pick a new date (if any) until the current situation stabilizes.

            We appreciate everyone’s patience, and we hope to see everyone out there for a wonderfully musical summer.

            City Budget Information

            City Manager Jeff Pomeranz presented the proposed budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 江苏快3预测 on Feb 6. Budget details are available on the city’s website. Per the Iowa Code section 384.15A, documents for total maximum property tax dollars:

            You will find a permanent link to this information HERE.

            Band Auditions! 27 and 28 March

            The Cedar Rapids Municipal Band, a professional concert band that presents 18 (sometimes more) free concerts every summer, will hold its annual auditions on Friday, 27 March, and Saturday, 28 March, in the band room at Cedar Rapids Washington High School at 2005 Forest Drive SE.

            There are known openings for Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, and Percussion. Other instrument openings are possible, and substitute players are welcome on all instruments, particularly Saxophone and Horn this year.

            A typical concert week consists of a Monday rehearsal (7:15 to 9:45), followed by concerts on the following Wednesday and Sunday (7:30 to 8:30). Some seasons include additional performances. Members are expected to commit to at least five weeks per summer. Subs are hired on a weekly basis. All musicians are paid.

            We encourage all qualified musicians to apply. To sign up for an audition, please email our business manager, Scott Haney, at business AT with the following information:

            1. Name of the person auditioning
            2. Musician’s email address(es)
            3. Musician’s phone number. Cell number is preferred so we can call you if the audition schedule changes
            4. Instrument on which the musician will audition
            5. Desired date for the audition

            We strongly prefer that all auditions are scheduled by the Monday prior to the audition date. This year, that is 23 March.

            Please be aware of the following:

            1. We are able to offer a choice of date only if time is available on both days. Once all slots are filled on a given day, only the other day is available.
            2. We CANNOT offer a choice of times. Slots will be filled on a given day in order, on a first-come-first-served basis. If there are extenuating circumstances, please mention them, but we may not be able to adjust to them.
            3. Auditions on 27 March are from 6 to 9 PM. Auditions on 28 March are from 1 to 4 PM. Auditions are about seven minutes for winds, and 14 for percussion. Winds should bring their own instruments. Percussion need to bring sticks/mallets only — we supply the percussion instruments.

            Musicians will be evaluated primarily on sight-reading ability, but all are welcome to play an excerpt of one’s own choice (less than a minute) to warm up and gauge the room. This excerpt will not be consider part of the audition, however.

            Please also bring along a brief resume.

            Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication, or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in a City program, service, or activity, should contact the Municipal Band Business Manager at 319-431-9649 or email business AT as soon as possible but no later than 48 hours before the event

            江苏快3预测 Young Artist Competition



            The 江苏快3预测 Young Artist Competition will be held Wednesday, 22 April 江苏快3预测, at Washington High School in Cedar Rapids. This is the tenth year of the competition. It would be wonderful to have you enter!

            The competition is open to woodwind, brass, and percussion students in grades 9-12 who live or attend 江苏快3预测 in Linn County and participate in a 江苏快3预测 band program. The winner will be a featured guest soloist one week during the 江苏快3预测 CRMB season (our 70th!), and will receive the Margaret Kegel Memorial Scholarship, worth $500. Deserving runners-up may also have an opportunity to perform with the band.

            For more information, click this link for a poster, or write to Steve Shanley at sshanley@江苏快3预测coe.edu by Friday, 3 April 江苏快3预测.



            Commission Meeting 19 January 江苏快3预测

            The City Band Commission will meet in formal session at 7:00 PM on Sunday, 19 January 江苏快3预测, in Marquis Hall at Coe College江苏快3预测. Agenda includes, but is not limited to:

            • Financial review
            • Finalization of 江苏快3预测 season
            • Discussion of ongoing projects & equipment repairs
            • Scheduling of auditions and discussion of known open positions.

            Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication, or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in a City program, service, or activity, should contact the Municipal Band Business Manager at 319-431-9649 or email business AT as soon as possible but no later than 48 hours before the event.

            Commission Meeting 15 September 2019

            The City Band Commission will meet in formal session on Sunday, 15 September 2019, at 7:00 PM at Marquis Hall on the Coe College江苏快3预测 campus. The agenda includes (but is not limited to) financials for FY2019, current financials, venues for next season, and a discussion of the Boone Municipal Band Festival.

            Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication, or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in a City program, service, or activity, should contact the Municipal Band Business Manager at 319-431-9649 or email business AT as soon as possible but no later than 48 hours before the event.

            Last call! Join us for three concerts during the final week of our season

            We’re wrapping up the 2019 season–but first, we’ve got three more concerts to play!

            Wednesday, July 31 at 7:30 pm — Noelridge Park
            Saturday, Aug. 3 at 3 pm — Guthridge Park as part of
            Sunday, Aug. 4 at 7:30 pm (6:30 Prelude concert) — Bever Park

            At these performances:
            • We feature our own Mauricio da Silva on “Funkinetics” — the funkiest clarinet solo you’ve ever heard — and on the world premiere of “The Farewell Choro.” The farewell is apt as Mauricio is returning to Brazil. It’s been an honor to have him in the band and we’re delighted to feature him.

            • The band will perform highlights from the “The Jungle Book” and a medley of Dixieland favorites.
            • Band member Dan Meier will perform Piazzolla’s “Oblivion” on trumpet.

            • Washington High School student Paul Linville will sing the National Anthem and Cedar Rapids Song of Dedication.

            • On Sunday night at Bever Park, the Liberty Band will perform a Prelude concert at 6:30.

            Thank you for joining us all season long!

            Just hear those sleigh bells…Wait.

            This week, join us for spectacular nights of music at Bowman Woods (Wed.) and Ellis Park (Sun.) — including the cool and cooling sounds of Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Ride! Music gets underway at 7:30 pm.

            Also on the program:

            • The band features its own members as Nick and Josh Carlo perform a humorous clarinet/bassoon duet and Aren Van Houzen dazzles the crowd on the piccolo trumpet


            • The band performs highlights from the 2016 animated musical film, “Sing,” as well as favorites from jazz legend Louis Armstrong
            • Kennedy High School student Bibiana Granadillo sings the National Anthem and Cedar Rapids Song of Dedication

            Week 7 is all about flutes. Well, and trombones. And other instruments, too. Like trumpets.

            This week, the band returns to Cleveland Elementary School on Wednesday, July 17 and to Bever Park on Sunday, July 21.

            At this concert:


            • Iowa native Virginia Broffitt Kunzer, an Auburn University flute
            professor, performs Faure’s “Fantasie”


            • Young Artist Competition runner-up Megan Bennett performs the Artunian trumpet concerto

            • Kennedy High School band director Jared Wacker guest conducts Dello Joio’s “Satiric Dances”


            • The band performs music from “Star Wars, Episode IV” as well as well as a trombone feature
            • Prairie High School student Mari Dawley sings the National Anthem and Cedar Rapids Song of Dedication


            • Sunday night, The Coe College江苏快3预测 Youth Flute Ensemble will perform at 6:30


            This week: Johnson STEAM Academy and Noelridge Park

            On Wednesday night (7/10), we invite kids to become members of the band!

            Bring the kids to Johnson STEAM Academy at 6:15 to make their own instruments. The kids will get to play a song with the band during the performance!

            Also on Wednesday, students from Johnson STEAM Academy will perform at 6:30.

            Dr. Michelle Blair rehearses the band for this week’s performance of “Blackbird.”

            Both the Wednesday concert and the Sunday (7/14) performance at Noelridge Park will feature:

            • Steve Shanley switching to the piano for a jazzy rendition of the Beatles’ “Blackbird” joined by guest conductor Coe College江苏快3预测 orchestra conductor Dr. Michelle Blair, bassist Jonah Prall, and drummer Jeremiah de la Pena
            • Music from “Aladdin”
            • Linn-Mar High School student Aleah Dupree singing the National Anthem and Cedar Rapids Song of Dedication

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