Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Program for July 9, 2017 -- final concert of the season

Marauders … Paneiro
Orpheus Overture … Offenbach 
Tritsch-Tratsch Polka … Strauss 
Go West … arr. Ford 
John Denver … arr. Balent 
My Fair Lady … Lerner & Loewe 
Quality Plus … Jewell
     Guest Appearance: German Band 


Them Basses … Huffine 
The Ride Of the Valkyries … Wagner 
A Rhapsody Of Reruns … Jennings 
Queen In Concert … arr. Bocook 
Swing the Mood … arr. Sweeney 

The Stars And Stripes Forever … Sousa

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Program for July 2, 2017

America The Beautiful … arr. Dragon 
1836: A New Land, A New Nation … Ployar 
Contrasts In Blue … Stegmeyer 
Colonel Bogey … Alford 
Salute to Bob Hope … Van Huesen 
American Folk Rhapsody … Grundman 
Sea Portrait … LaGassey 
Battle Hymn of the Republic … arr. Ringwald
     Soloist: Lolita Morelli
The March From 1941 … Williams


Drums of America … Warrington
Hollywood … arr. Barker 
Armed Forces Salute … arr. Lowden 
Big Band Cavalcade … arr. Clark 
What a Wonderful World … arr. Saucedo 
Swing the Mood … arr. Sweeney 

The Stars and Stripes Forever … Sousa

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Program for June 25, 2017

The Showstopper … Osterling
Lustspiel … Keler-Bela
Habanera … arr.Werle
Tulsa … Gillis 
The Waltzing Cat … Anderson 
Carioca … arr. Pappas 
Pirates Of The Caribbean Medley … Zimmer
     Saxophone Ensemble
Beauty and the Beast … Menken


Trumpets, Ole … Cofield 
Selections from Chicago … Kander 
The Genius of Paul Simon … arr. Wallace
George Gershwin Selection … arr. Bennett 
The Best Years Of Our Lives … arr. Ricketts 
Great Hits of the 60s … arr. Lowden
The Stars and Stripes Forever … Sousa 

Image from the mural on Jackson and Watkins Streets in Hayward. 

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Program for June 18, 2017—First Concert of the Season

The Maestro ... Osterling 
Ballet Egyptian ... Luigini 
Mexican Hat Dance ... Particheia 
Music For A Carnival ... Grundman 
Shenandoah ... Ticheli 
Thunderbird ... Erickson
A Kingston Folk Song Trio ... arr. Reed 
Without A Song ... Youmans
Lolita Morelli Solost
Flower Drum Song ... Rodgers


His Honor ... Filmore 
     Dedicated to all the fathers
Fanfare and Processional ... Elgar 
     Dedicated to all the recent graduates
Brigadoon ... Loewe 
Where Its At ... Giovanni 
Around The World In 80 Days ... Young 
Final Countdown ... Tempest 
The Stars and Stripes Forever ... Sousa 

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Memorial Day 2017 Program Announced

The Hayward Municipal Band will perform at Hayward's Lone Tree Cemetery on Memorial Day, May 29, 2017.

The music begins at 10:30 a.m., and the formal program starts at 11:00 a.m. 

This is the 114th annual Memorial Day program at Lone Tree Cemetery. Said to be the longest continuous-running Memorial Day observance in the Bay Area, the program includes recognition of veterans, speeches by dignitaries, a show of military and classic vehicles, and a barbecue hosted by local Scouts. Patriotic music, including a musical tribute to all who have served our country, will be performed during the program.  

2017 Season Announcement

The 40-piece Hayward Municipal Band announces its 2017 concert season.

The band  will perform at 2:30 p.m. on June 18, June 25, July 2, and July 9, 2017. Concerts are held on the Tony Morelli Bandstand in Memorial Park, 24176 Mission Boulevard, Hayward.  (The bandstand is behind the Hayward Plunge.) 

Each concert will include classical, popular, big band, jazz, rock, musical theater, and Latin selections.  Carefully researched program notes are read for each selection.  

This is the band's 61st year of bringing joy and happiness through music to people of all ages. We program our FREE concerts to celebrate cultural diversity in a joyous manner.  You may bring a picnic lunch and a blanket or chairs.   Some seating is available close to the bandstand.  

For information call 510-569-8497 or visit  www.haywardmunicipalband.com