Mid-York Concert Band To Begin Third Season; Welcomes Interested Musicians
Published: August 30th, 2017

NORWICH – The Mid-York Concert Band (MYCB) under the direction of Mark D. Sands will begin its third full season on September 5, 2017. Sands said that the goal of the band is to offer a quality ensemble for area band instrumentalists to perform with.

"There are many musicians who perform in any number of the summer bands in our area and we’d love to have them join us. It is the only ensemble in our immediate area that rehearses and performs from the fall through spring months," said Mark Sands.

At present the MYCB membership is 45.

They are looking to grow and welcome all interested wind and percussion musicians to join this year. There is a definite need for oboes, clarinets, bass clarinet, trumpets, French horns, baritone horns and trombones. Sands says that he hopes area musicians will take the opportunity to check MYCB out and join.

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