Who We Are and Why We Play

We are volunteer musicians from across Cape Cod--and we have a few members who travel from off-Cape to play with us, too! We are adults who share a lifelong passion for instrumental music.

Our musician members are members of our communities. You may recognize doctors, nurses, secretaries, teachers, technicians, bankers, and clergymen. Some of us have retired on Cape Cod. Some of us have lived here all our lives. Some of us are raising our young families here.

We come together to learn and to play music. But we gather not just for ourselves. We are committed to the CCCB mission: to enhance the musical and cultural life of Cape Cod.

Our concerts are free!

We believe that community music isn’t just for the musicians who play, but for the audience members who come to enjoy the music we play. We welcome donations to defer our operating costs.

We hope to see you at our next concert!

About

About
The Cape Cod Concert Band was born in 1974 as the Cape Cod Conservatory Wind Ensemble. Conductor Tony Stevens, known to many Cape Codders as...

Support

Support
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we rely on the support of the community, and there are a variety of ways you can help us. Come to...

Concerts

Concerts
All concerts are located at the Saint John Paul II High School Auditorium in Hyannis, Massachusetts, and general admission is always free! Reindeer and Planes,...

Join

Join
The Cape Cod Concert Band purpose is twofold: to provide lifelong educational and musical opportunities for skilled community musicians and to enhance the cultural and...

Upcoming Concerts

Reindeer and Planes, Camels and Trains

Saturday, December 15, 2018 2:00 PM

We'll get you there, with a program that celebrates all forms of holiday transport!
featuring the world premiere of
Whistle Stop Junction: A Medley of American Rail Songs
by CCCB Composer-in-Residence, Michael Donovan


Rock on the Beach

Saturday, April 6, 2019 2:00 PM


Americans All

Sunday, May 26, 2019 3:00 PM


All concerts are performed at the Saint John Paul II High School Auditorium in Hyannis. Free General Admission Seating.

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