Concerts

All concerts are performed at the Knight Auditorium, located at Barnstable High School in Hyannis, Massachusetts, and general admission is always free!

To enter Knight Auditorium, look for the far-left front-facing entrance to the building (it says Knight Lecture Hall above the double doors). In case you are troubled by stairs, there is a ramp entrance to the left and behind those doors.

COVID Protocols (November 13, 2022): We are not requiring proof of vaccination for entry at this time. Because the Knight is an intimate venue, we advise masks, especially if you are unable to distance. We will have disposable masks available if you forget your mask at home. Also, as much as we would love to have you enjoy what I promise will be a terrific concert, please stay home if you’re not feeling well.

The Cape Cod Concert Band performs under the direction of John P. Hagon

Tropical Holiday

Saturday, December 10, 2022, 2:00 PM

Are you pining for more sunshine on these dark-early days? We have just the
remedy! From the gentle island rhythms of Jamaican Sailaway by Allen Stein to the steamy drama
of Street Tango by the beloved Argentinian master composer, Astor Piazzolla, here’s a program
that’s certain to warm a winter’s day.

The Royal Treatment

Sunday, April 30, 2023, 2:00 PM

Indulge your inner monarch with music fit for a King—or music from Queen! Including a nod to our friends across the pond, courtly music of the Renaissance and a salute to Elvis (the King), this is a program that will make you feel like royalty.

Democracy Rocks

Sunday, May 28, 2023, 2:00 PM

Just in time for Memorial Day, we pay tribute to Lady Liberty, celebrate shared patriotism, and rock out with Neil Diamond and Simon and Garfunkel. Because the only thing that’s more American than rock’n’roll is… democracy!

And Next Season…

In 2023-24, the Band has two milestone birthdays.

We presented our first concert as the Cape Cod Concert Band in December of 2013. So we’re turning 10. But wait—the Band began as the Cape Cod Conservatory Wind Ensemble in March of 1974. So we’re turning 50, too!

We plan to celebrate our impressive tenure as a performing ensemble on Cape Cod and our 10-year success as an independent musical organization. We’re still in the scheming stages for our musical birthday bash(es)—but cupcakes will be involved. Stay tuned!

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