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2022-2023 Concert Season

All concerts will be held at Cambier Park in the City of Naples, Florida, at 2 PM*.

NOTE: The March 25th Concert will be at 7 PM

A Naples Tradition.  After finishing their 50th anniversary year, the Naples Concert Band sets its sights on another 50 years of entertaining Southwest Florida residents with their popular Sunday Concerts in the Park.  Each of the 8 concerts offer an exciting mix of new music and memorable old favorites.  Featured guest soloists and inventive programing promise to provide music to please everyone’s musical palate.  If you have never attended a NCB concert, be prepared for a great musical experience. 

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The NCB will present a special Saturday evening concert on March 25, 2023 at Cambier Park.  Outstanding vocalist Heather Ivy and our first chair Trumpet, Richard Miller, will be the feature soloists for the evening.


Heather sings “How Far I’ll Go” from Moana and “Andrew Lloyd Webber A Concert Celebration”.  Richard will do Alfred Reed’s “Ode for Trumpet”


Local composer Michael Donovan will premier his new arrangement of “Bridge Over Troubled Water”.


“The Hounds of Spring”, “A Scotland Adventure”, “Funiculi-Funicula Rhapsody” and “The Genius of Ray Charles” are some of the other highlights on the Saturday evening concert.

Sponsored By: 

Naples Zoo

By: Dr. Craig & Kathy Fenton

Professional guitarist, Denny Scott and fan favorite vocalist Amy Bright will be featured in the Naples Concert Band’s final concert of their 51st season.  Denny will play Mason Williams’ “Classical Gas” and Amy will sing “Blue Moon” and “Love Is Here To Stay” accompanied by the NCB Big Band.


Music of a lighter nature will complement their performances.  “Iberian Escapades”, “Rollo Takes a Walk”, “Dances of a Shimmering Spirit” and “Tower of Power” are some of those selections.


This concert will be NCB’s maestro Harris Lanzel’s last concert.  He will be retiring after 15 years as Music Director/Conductor of the NCB.

Sponsored By: 

Cadence Music

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