Pictures and Videos

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  • Thank you to all who attended our first indoor concert at Estero High School. We recorded this concert to use for application to the National Convention of the Association of Concert Bands to be held in Fort Lauderdale in 2017. We are hopeful to be considered as one of five bands to be chosen from across America. Gary Smith has elevated the band to new musical heights. Please enjoy this outstanding performance of El Camino Real by Alfred Reed. El Camino Real Recorded and posted by Deb Wacksman

  • Sylvia Schraff and Jeff Wacksman, both clarinetists, are featured in an article in News-Press publication Coastal Life. Read it online:Click Here
  • Read an interview with Sylvia Schraff, past president and a charter member of the band  in the online edition of the Southwest Spotlight: Sylvia Schraff Interview
  • Florida Weekly gave us great press coverage from the January concert. Please be sure to visit the link below and use the social media buttons at the top of the article to spread the word about the band’s news. Also, please encourage your friends to post comments. All these things help assure the paper that readers are interested in seeing more articles about the Bonita Springs Concert Band. It is posted online, and it will be available to print out for just one month. Here is the link: Click Here
  • In case you missed the January 26, 2014, concert, it was great and our largest crowd ever. The soloist, Paul Votapek, principal clarinet for the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra, was terrific.  Click on the link to hear him play.

    Concerto for Clarinet       Clarinet Polka

  • The clarinet section was featured in Clarinet Candy by Leroy Anderson at the January 13, 2013, concert. Watch the video here: Clarinet Candy
  • Here’s a great video on You Tube: The Bonita Springs Concert Band playing The Big 11 Medley, arranged by John Tatgenhorst, at the February 19, 2012, concert:Big 11 Medley

 

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  1. Check out “The Thunderer” played by the expanded Front Row Wannabes on Saturday, April 20 at the Tri-County Challenger Baseball Wagner’s East-West Challenge. The performers include Dawn McClean – flute, Richard Mosciski and Jeffrey Waxman – clarinet, Jack van Caulil – Saxophone, David Michie and Arthur Wasik – trumpet, Bob Carman – euphonium, Jim Davison and Harlan Aspengren – trombone, and Ted Munsch – tuba.

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