Based in Shirley, Massachusetts, the Nashoba Valley Concert Band has members from many surrounding towns in the Nashoba Valley area. Amateur musicians rehearse weekly and perform at local events throughout the year. New members are always welcomed. No auditions required.
For information about joining the band, please write to [email protected].
To inquire about having the band play at your event, please write to [email protected].
Rehearsals are every Wednesday night from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. We currently are rehearsing at the Ayer Shirley Junior High School. Please contact [email protected] for more details.
In the winter, rehearsals will be cancelled if school is cancelled for Ayer Shirley.
If you would like to receive notices of up-coming appearances, and our occasional email newsletter/update, please send a message to [email protected]. Please include "Mailing List" in the subject line. Thank you for your interest.
Any musician with a wind band instrument (woodwind, brass, or percussion) is invited to rehearse with the Band....no auditions required. See New Member Info page for more information.
We are always adding to our schedule.
The NVCB performs throughout the year at many community events in the region. We appear annually in the Memorial Day observance in Harvard and at Fourth of July parades in Ayer and Harvard. We also perform regularly at bandstand concerts, town events, craft fairs, nursing home events, and more. All performances are free and open to the public.
If you are interested in having the Nashoba Valley Concert Band perform at your event, contact us by sending email to [email protected] for more information.
Music can be personalized for your audience. We also have several smaller ensembles that may be appropriate for your event.
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The Nashoba Valley Concert Band would like to acknowledge the support of the Massachusetts Cultural Councils who will enable our performance ability in 2023.
The NVCB is supported in part by grants from the following Local Cultural Councils, which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a State agency.