Coronavirus Information for the Coastal Communities Concert Band Community
Updated Wednesday, June 10, 2020
CCCB’s commitment to the health and safety of our audience and musicians is paramount because first and foremost we are a family. Therefore we are closely monitoring the unfolding Coronavirus situation with seriousness and care so as to take every possible measure to ensure the continuing health and well-being of our audience and musicians.
Due to the risk associated with gathering a large crowd for a concert and our inability to rehearse as a group, the CCCB Board has decided to cancel the April 26th “Salute to Young Musicians” concert and the June 28 “Give Our Regards to Broadway” concert. Other concerts beyond these may also be canceled based on public health directives and our ability to gather as a group for rehearsals. Thank you for your trust in us and please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions. –CCCB Board
Our Vision for 2020 is Clear: We Just Need to Share it with You
In spring, it’s time for our Salute to Young Musicians. Top scholarship winners have gone on to Eastman, Harvard, and Stanford. Be prepared to be amazed!
Sunday, April 26, 2020 at 2:00 pm | San Dieguito Academy | Salute to Young Musicians
Early summer, we’ll give you the best of Broadway with favorites from our early June performance at Carnegie Hall.
Sunday, June 28 , 2020 at 2:00 pm | Carlsbad Community Church | Give Our Regards to Broadway
In 1945, we Americans were more united than any time in history. We’ll bring that spirit back in August.
Sunday, August 16, 2020 at 2:00 pm | Carlsbad Community Church | The Spirit of 1945
Winding down our season, we aim to entertain during our Fall Pops concert. Tap your toes to familiar tunes!
Sunday, October 18, 2020 at 2:00 pm | Carlsbad Community Church | Fall Pops
Meet Conductor Tom Cole
The conductor and music director of the Coastal Communities Concert Band is Tom Cole. Tom is a highly respected band conductor and clinician and recently retired as band director of Rancho Bernardo High School where he had one of finest band programs in California and the nation.