Submitted by Carrie Anderson Mays
Nassau Community Band is honored to host renowned musician, conductor and professor Dr. Marc Dickman for the fall concert series. Dr. Dickman is a founding member of the acclaimed Jazz Studies program at the University of North Florida. As a graduate of Troy State University and Bessom performing artist, his versatility on euphonium, trombone, bass-trombone and tuba in the classical and jazz styles place him in high demand in the United States.
Starting their 12th season, the Nassau Community Band has a variety of concerts planned for the fall series. St. Michael Parish Hall (October 22), Fort Clinch, Veterans Tribute (November 7), Holiday Revue with Amelia Musical Playhouse (December) and monthly performances at Savannah Grand are scheduled. The multi-generational ensemble is comprised of gifted students, amateurs, music educators and instrumental enthusiasts.
New members are invited to September rehearsals, Thursday’s at 6:00pm in the Yulee Middle School band room (85439 Miner Road). Submit questions to email@example.com or view the Facebook page.