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Rochester Concert Band

@ Rochesterfest

  • Intro Text Rochester's own 50-piece symphonic wind ensemble under the direction of guest conductor Ryan Anderson performing the songs of summer including Bizet's "Carmen Suite", Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring", Leonard Cohen’s "Hallelujah", Sousa's “Manhattan Beach March”, and Carmen Dragon’s arrangement of “America the Beautiful”.
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Rochester's own 50-piece symphonic wind ensemble under the direction of guest conductor Ryan Anderson performing the songs of summer including Bizet's "Carmen Suite", Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring", Leonard Cohen’s "Hallelujah", Sousa's “Manhattan Beach March”,  and Carmen Dragon’s arrangement of “America the Beautiful”. The Rochester Concert Band is a volunteer ensemble that is open by competitive audition only. The ensemble has become a Rochester institution that can trace its history back to the early 1870s.

Ryan Anderson is the director of bands 7-12 at Dover Eyota High School in Eyota, Mn, including concert, jazz, marching and athletic band performance. The Dover Eyota band recently was recognized nationally as a semi finalist for a Grammy Award for Music Education. While at Interlochen, Michigan, he studied with Keith Aleo and was director of the Lakeside Jazz Ensemble. Ryan is a graduate of The University of Minnesota- Morris and student of Doc and Kay Carlson. He resides in Eyota with his wonderful wife and two children. Mr. Anderson has been active as music judge, clinician and guest conductor for instrumental music.