Monday, July 22, 2013

Call for photos and videos

If you took photos or videos of a performance by the Hayward Municipal Band this season, please share them on our website. Just write a comment on this post and the webmaster will contact you. Here's a video to get you started. 

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Program for July 14, 2013—final concert of the season


National Anthem
Washington Post March ... Sousa
Second Suite for Military Band ... Holtz
Go West ... arr. Ford
Procession of Nobles ... Rimsky-Korsakov
El Relicario ... Padilla
The Impossible Dream ... Leigh
     Soloist: Lolita Morelli
The Sound of Music ... Rodgers
     INTERMISSION
Them Basses ... Huffine
An American In Paris ... Gershwin
On The Esplanade ... Brown
A Tribute To Sammy Davis,  Jr.  ... arr. Nestico
The 3rd Man Theme ... Karas
Hootenanny ... Walters
The Stars and Stripes Forever ... Sousa

Today’s performance is our last of the 2013 concert season. Thanks to all of our audience members for your loyal and enthusiastic support. We look forward to seeing you next summer at our concerts beginning on Fathers’ Day 2014.

KEEP THE MUSIC GOING IN HAYWARD!

Monday, July 1, 2013

Program for July 7, 2013

On July 7, 2013, the Hayward Municipal Band will present a concert of patriotic music in honor of Independence Day. Selections may include: America The Beautiful, Second American Folk Rhapsody, American Patrol, An American Salute, Armed Forces Salute, Battle Hymn of the Republic, God Bless America, March from 1941, National Emblem, and American Civil War Rhapsody. The final program will be available at the concert. 

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Program for June 30, 2013


National Anthem
Americans We … Fillmore
Poet And Peasant Overture … Von Suppe
Harlem Nocturne … Hagen
A Trumpeter’s Lullaby … Anderson
Caucasian Sketches … Ippolitov-Ivanov
Espana Waltz … Waldteufel
Irving Berlin – A Choral Portrait … arr. Ades
     Soloist: Lolita  Morelli
Fiddler On The Roof … Bock

     Intermission

Midway March … Williams
Cabaret … Kander
Mission Impossible … Schifrin
Radetzky March ... Strauss
Themes Like Old Times … arr. Barker
     Audience  Participation: SING!
Friends Like Me … Menken
The Birth Of Rock And Roll … arr. Vinson
The Stars and Stripes Forever … Sousa

Monday, June 17, 2013

Program for June 23, 2013


National Anthem
Marcho Poco ... Moore
English Folk Song Suite ... Vaughan Williams
Cielito Lindo ... arr. Iwai
High Tor ... Zimmerman
Mah-Na, Mah-Na ... Umiliana
Thunder and Lightning ... Strauss
Children’s March ... Grainger
A Tribute To Judy Garland ... arr. Holcomb
     Soloist: Lolita Morelli
Highlights from Jersey Boys ... Brown

     Intermission

Moorside  March ... Holtz
Phantom Of The Opera ... arr. Barker
The Pink Panther ... Mancini
Tico Tico ... arr. Pappas
     Soloist: Cary Nasitir
Disney’s Magic Kingdom ... arr. Christensen
Original Dixieland Concerto ... Warrington
The Stars and Stripes Forever ... Sousa

Honoring Frank Reis

Frank Reis, clarinetist with the Hayward Municipal Band, was honored at last Sunday's concert. Reis is retiring from the band after 57 years in the clarinet section. (In fact, he has spent every Father's Day for more than half a century on the bandstand in Memorial Park.) Reis, whose two sons also play clarinet in the band, was given a certificate by Hayward Mayor Michael Sweeney and a plaque from director Kathy Maier and the band. He also led the band in its final number of the day, The Stars and Stripes Forever. Some pictures of the event:



Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Program for June 16, 2013—First Concert of the Season


National Anthem
The Maestro ... Osterling
The Italians in Algiers ... Rossini
Harlequinade ... Agay
Elsa’s Procession To the Cathedral ... Wagner
Sonata For Winds ... Carter
Clarinet Escapade ... Ward
No Man Is An Island ... Whitney & Kramer
     Soloist: Lolita Morelli
Jesus Christ Superstar ... Andrew Lloyd Webber

INTERMISSION 

His Honor ... Fillmore
     Honoring all the Fathers
Pomp and Circumstance ... Elgar
     Honoring all the Recent Graduates
Carousel ... Rodgers
Brazil ... Barroso
Caravan Overture ... Ellington & Tizol
The Stars and Stripes Forever ... Sousa