The Plymouth Concert Band was established in 1998 to enhance the sense of community in the City of Plymouth through local concert performances. Since its inception, the group has strongly emphasized quality through its direction, musical literature, commitment of the players, rehearsal and performance standards.
The Band is composed of over 55 members from Plymouth and the local area. Our membership is diverse including teachers, scientists, business professionals, homemakers and more from recent college graduates to retirees, all sharing a passion for making music together. The band’s efforts are supported in part by the Plymouth Fine Arts Council, members of Plymouth City staff and government, as well as grants and public donations.
Interested in playing with us?
The Plymouth Concert Band is always looking for talented musicians who share our love of concert band music and the desire to bring it to the community. Adult musicians with intermediate to advanced level skill interested in playing with the group are encouraged to inquire about our current needs by emailing us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If there is a need, the interested musician will be invited to a rehearsal. If the musicians is interested in joining the group after attending a rehearsal, he/she will be asked to play an audition for the conductor. The music for the audition will be provided by the PCB in advance of the audition to allow adequate preparation.
Oboe / English Horn
Low Winds (Bassoon, Alto/Bass Clarinet, Low Saxophones)
Rehearsal takes place on Monday evenings at 7PM at the
Wayzata High School band room.
The Plymouth Concert Band is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported by the City of Plymouth via the Plymouth Arts Council and the generosity of our audience and community. Your tax-deductible donation enables the PCB to positively impact the city of Plymouth and surrounding communities, including local high school students through our scholarship program. Our events are made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grand from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.