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AE Capital City Weekly The Juneau Concert Band played to a full house on Nov. 9 at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center. The band's inaugural performance honored Alaska 50th Year of Statehood. This unique band offers adult wind and percussion players a venue to polish their musical skills and provide a "sit down" concert band for the enjoyment of the community. Conductor Brian Van Kirk, in his opening remarks, invited local musicians to join the band, which plans at least two concerts a year.

Photo: Inaugural performance

The Juneau Concert Band played to a full house on Nov. 9 at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center. The band's inaugural performance honored Alaska 50th Year of Statehood. This unique band offers adult wind and percussion players a venue to polish their musical skills and provide a
photo courtesy of Capital City Celebrations
The Juneau Concert Band played to a full house on Nov. 9 at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center. The band's inaugural performance honored Alaska 50th Year of Statehood. This unique band offers adult wind and percussion players a venue to polish their musical skills and provide a "sit down" concert band for the enjoyment of the community. Conductor Brian Van Kirk, in his opening remarks, invited local musicians to join the band, which plans at least two concerts a year.
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