The United States Army Field Band & Soldiers' Chorus

Show Time:
Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Prices:
Free and open to the public (This event is general admission until venue is full.)

Free General Admission tickets are only available at the Ferguson Center Ticket Office beginning September 14 at 10 a.m. Tickets cannot be reserved online or by phone. Limit 4 tickets per household. Only the first 1,700 people will be admitted. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Ticket holders must be seated by 7:15 p.m. Unclaimed seats will be filled by nonticketed patrons at 7:20 p.m.

The Concert Band & Soldiers’ Chorus are the oldest and largest of The U.S. Army Field Band’s performing components. Founded in 1946 and 1957 respectively, these two ensembles combine to present joint concerts on their national tours. They have performed in all 50 states and 30 foreign countries for audiences totaling hundreds of millions.

The 65-member Concert Band and 29-member Soldiers’ Chorus perform regularly in some of the most famous concert halls in the world, and just as often in the humblest auditoriums in the smallest of communities. The joining of these two ensembles allows them to offer unparalleled versatility of programming, ranging from orchestral masterworks and operatic arias to Sousa marches, jazz classics and Broadway musicals. The band and chorus also perform independently, and have recently shared the stage with such ensembles as the Boston Pops, the Cincinnati Pops, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra.

In addition to their national tours, formal concerts, chamber recitals and educational outreach, members of the Concert Band & Soldiers’ Chorus frequently represent the Army at formal and ceremonial functions, including the Presidential Inaugural Parade, presidential funerals, the Army All American Bowl and diplomatic efforts overseas.


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