Schedule & Tickets

2019-2020 Concert Schedule

Come Be Inspired! - You are invited to join Conductor Bruce Weinberger as he assumes leadership of the band. Every concert contains both familiar and new compositions chosen especially for the band by the conductor. You will see familiar musicians on stage as well as new members – all gathering together to make music!  What an exciting season! 

Free Concert!

Concert at the Fair

Saturday, September 28, 2019

6:30 P.M.

Caruthers Fairgrounds

Our outdoor concert at the popular Caruthers Fair is one of our favorite events of the season!  Enjoy golden-oldies, marches and popular show tunes amid the sights, sounds, and food at the Caruthers Fair.  It’s a fun concert you won’t want to miss!

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Sunday, October 20, 2019

3:00 P.M. & 7:00 P.M.

Fresno City College Theatre (map)

Join us as we celebrate the crisp color changes of the season with pieces like the vivid Yosemite Autumn and the inescapable Godzilla Eats Las Vegas Part II. Find out who our surprise guest soloist will be on the traditional Beer Barrel Polka and enjoy the classic Schwanda Polka by Jaromír Weinberger!    

Ticket Information

Season Tickets ($75)

  • Guarantees you a seat for all six indoor concerts. 

  • Your Season Pass includes a $47 charitable donation, a great way to support the band!


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 Print Season Pass mail order form here. 

Single Tickets

Due to limited seating capacity, tickets are required for concerts in the Shaghoian Concert Hall and the Fresno City College Theatre.

  • Concerts in the Shaghoian Concert Hall are $14 for adults and $7 for children 12 and under.

  • Concerts in the Fresno City College Theater are free, but you must reserve a ticket.

Individual Concert Tickets
can also be ordered by mail!

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For ticket questions please call the band office at 559-440-9429

Holiday Memories

Sunday, December 8, 2019

3:00 P.M. & 7:00 P.M.

Fresno City College Theatre (map)

Guest Artist: Soli Deo Gloria
Director: Dr. Julie Carter

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Experience the magic of the season with this blend of holiday treasures showcasing the Soli deo Gloria Women’s Ensemble, directed by Dr. Julie Carter. Excitement awaits in pieces such as Christmas Through the Looking Glass and Rejoice, and nothing will put you in the warm and fuzzy holiday spirit like Christmas on Broadway! Get cozy with us at our long-time performance home, the intimate Fresno City College Theatre!

Super Concert XIV - Go West


Sunday, January 19, 2020

3:00 P.M. & 7:00 P.M.

Fresno City College Theatre (map)

Come with us as we travel across our exciting and great country. Journey into the great frontier as we seek adventure with The Cowboys and revel in the classic Little House on the Prairie. Feel a sense of expanse and wonder in Beyond the Horizon by Rossano Galante. As the West did for adventurers passed, the new year comes with new opportunities and possibilities!  

Music For All

Sunday, March 15, 2020

3:00 P.M. & 7:00 P.M.

Fresno City College Theatre (map)


Students with special needs from
Fresno and Madera Counties

During “Music in Our Schools Month” we invite you to join us for a very special concert featuring students with special needs from Fresno and Madera Counties. Enjoy the floating melodies of Dancing Kites by Chris Bernotas and the moving tribute to friendship, A Song for Friends. We are pleased to share the stage with such young and talented musicians!

Event Cancelled

Imagine This!

Sunday, April 5, 2020

3:00 P.M. (One Concert Only!)

Shaghoian Concert Hall (map)


Edison Computech Middle School Wind Ensemble

Director: Chuck Salanitro

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Journey to the depths of your imagination with music that will speak to you in new and creative ways! Remember how inspired you felt as we perform the captivating Pure Imagination and other thought-provoking pieces. Performing with the band are the bright and budding students of the Wind Ensemble from Edison Computech Middle School, taught by our trombone player,
Chuck Salanitro!

An American Tale

Sunday, May 24, 2020

3:00 P.M. & 7:00 P.M.

Shaghoian Concert Hall (map)

Guest Artist: John Barcellona
Professor of Flute Emeritus,
CSU Longbeach


The story of America unfolds as we honor and commemorate Memorial Day. Experience Eternal Father Strong to Save, colloquially known as “The Navy Hymn” and Where Never Lark or Eagle Flew by James Curnow is both stimulating and motivating. Performing the American Flute Salute is our special guest-soloist, John Barcellona, Professor of Flute Emeritus at CSU Long Beach.

Event Cancelled