October 16 - 2 PM
Cambier Park

First Concert of the Season!

The 2022 – 2023 season will open on Sunday Oct. 16 with a concert that has it all:  Impressive Soloists, Classic Band Literature, Movie Themes, Opera Selections, a Popular Rock Medley and of course Traditional Marches.  Assistant Conductor, John Salminen, will make his debut conducting “Strike Up The Band” and “Autumn Leaves.”  Vocal soloists Doug Renfroe and Carolann Sanita will be featured in multiple selections.  Doug will sing a special arrangement of “You Raise Me Up.“  Carolann will do the emotional “Winner Takes It All” from “Mama Mia” and they will combine their voices to present “La Ci Darem La Mano” from Mozart’s “Don Giovanni.”  Robert Sheldon’s “Magic City Montage”, Rossano Galante’s “God’s Country”, “The Doors On Tour,” and “At The Movies With John Williams” will round out the program.  Music Director/Conductor Harris Lanzel leads the NCB starting at 2 p.m. on Sunday Oct. 16, 2022 at the Cambier Park Band Shell.

Sponsored By:

Thank you, Cadence Music!

Music Director / Conductor:  Harris Lanzel

Assistant Conductor:  John Salminen

Announcer:  Craig Greusel

Star Spangled Banner…………………………….Francis Scott Key/ arr. by William Pruyn

For Starters……………………………………………………………….………….Gene Davis

NCB March (Paradise Found)…………………………………………………..Malinda Zenor

Magic City Montage……………………………………………………………Robert Sheldon

God’s Country…………………………………………………………….….Rossano Galante

La Ci Darem La Mano………………………..……..W.A. Mozart/ arr. by Pasquale Tassone

Vocal Duet – Doug Renfroe and Carolann Sanita

Clowns! Clowns! Clowns!..........................................................................David Bobrowitz

At the Movies with John Williams……………………..John Williams/ arr. by Justin Williams

INTERMISSION

Strike Up The Band………………………………..George Gershwin/ arr. by Warren Barker

John Salminen - Conductor

Autumn Leaves……………………...Joseph Kosma/ arr. b Alfred Reed and Mark Rogers

John Salminen - Conductor

A Night On Bald Mountain……………………...M. Moussorgksy/ arr. by Maurice Gardner

The Doors on Tour…………………………………….….The Doors/ arr. by Patrick Roszell

You Raise Me Up……………………R. Lovland and B. Graham/ arr. by Pasquale Tassone

Vocalist – Doug Renfroe

The Winner Takes It All…………………………………………….……arr. by Rick De Jonge

Vocalist – Carolann Sanita

The Caravan Club March………………………………..…Karl King/ arr. by Andrew Glover

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A NYC native now living in Naples, Florida, Carolann has toured as Marian in the first national tour of The Music Man and internationally as Maria in the European and Asian tours of West Side Story. Some favorite credits include singing back-up to Linda Eder at the Palace Theatre on Broadway, Encore’s No, No Nanette at New York City Center, and Les Miserables at Flat Rock Playhouse to name a few.  Carolann has been a soloist with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Jack Everly, as well as the Gulfcoast Symphony Orchestra and the SWFL Symphony Orchestra. Last season, she got to perform with the Santa Rosa Symphony Orchestra in a duet concert paying tribute to Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli, which she will be bringing to TheatreZone in Naples this February. Carolann is an adjunct voice professor at Florida Gulf Coast University and runs her own private voice studio in Naples

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Doug is an internationally-acclaimed bass baritone who made his Lincoln Center debut in Schumann’s Paradise and Peri and his Carnegie Hall debut in Orff’s Carmina Burana. He has specialized in oratorio and has performed with various orchestras throughout the world in compositions such as Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Brahms’ Requiem, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Haydn’s Creation, and his Lord Nelson Mass. Conductors with whom he has sung include Leopold Stokowski, Leonard Bernstein, Paul Nadler, and Loren Maezel.  Presently residing in Ft. Myers, Florida, he was adjunct professor and director of choral and vocal activities at Edison College. He is in demand as a soloist throughout the United States and Canada, and is listed in the 1980 edition of Outstanding Young Men in America and the 2004 edition of Who’s Who in America for his outstanding achievements in the performing arts. In 2004, he received an Honorary Doctorate from University of California.

Cambier Park is located in the heart of Naples, just south of 5th Avenue South.  There is ample parking, restaurants and things to see and do after the concert!