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The Middlesex Concert Band, with over 50 volunteer performers, plays traditional and contemporary wind ensemble music, marches, big band sounds, folk tunes and music from Broadway and Hollywood. From September to May, the Middlesex Concert Band presents a series of pops and holiday concerts. During the summer months, the band can be heard playing traditional outdoor concerts in town parks and commons throughout the region. The band's mission is to promote greater knowledge and appreciation for wind music while bringing enjoyment to its listening audience.

The band is directed by Mr. Mark E. Olson.

Want to know more about us?

View our cable TV promo (Show 8). An interview with Mark Olson and members of the band. Or visit our radio promo on Northshore 104.9 and select the March 17th "Welcome to Wakefield" podcast.

We're also on Facebook and Twitter!

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Join us!

Any local musician with a wind band instrument (woodwind, brass, or percussion) is invited to join the Band. Check out our concert schedule and the music we play. If you would like to join us, please fill out a membership request form and the director will get back to you with the rehearsal schedule.

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Help the planet! Help our cause!

Middlesex Concert Band receives funds from Planet Green when we recycle and buy recycled month-after-month & year-after-year!


Missed our latest concert?
Romance and Roses
Join the Middlesex Concert Band for a concert of love songs from the classical, swing and pop eras.

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Upcoming Events

Holiday Pops
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Carols & Cookies

Saturday, Dec. 14
Sunday, Dec. 15

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MCB Question of the Month

The beguine started as a West Indies Dance and has found its way into wide use as a style on the "lighter side". "Beguine for Band" is a great example of this form. It was written in in 1954 and has been recorded several times, most recently by the Dallas Wind Symphony under Frederick Fennell. Who wrote this piece?

George Oliver
Glenn Osser
Oscar Glenn
Galen Osprey
Last month's question:
Although Joseph Wilcox Jenkins has written many works for band, this one is by far his most popular work due to its effervescent character. If you are a French Horn player, you will either embrace this work or run and hide from it. Which composition is it?


American Overture for Band

"American Overture" was written in 1956 for the U.S. Army Field Band and was Jenkins first published work for band. The others were also by Jenkins (born 1928), but this was one definately proved its popularity over the years.


MCB Photo Oct 2009

Photo by Sergio Velazquez


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