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I know this category is for "Creating your band or ensemble," but what about bands that are already thriving? More specifically I'm talking about community bands. I just moved to Central Pennsylvania and I'm looking for different opportunities to play.

So, what I was thinking:

No matter where the band is located, lets make a list or directory of community bands.

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How Central?

We have a nice community band near Leechburg, PA which is in the Western part of the state.

Less than 2 hours from Altoona.
 

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The Middle Georgia Concert Band was organized to provide opportunities for musicians with high school or college music backgrounds, to continue with their music. The group is largely composed of amateur musicians from all walks of life, but contains numerous music professionals. Membership is open to the public and anyone with a background in music is encouraged to join. Rehearsals are held at Tattnall Square Academy, Macon, GA on Monday night from 7:00 to 9:00. Please contact us at our web site, http://www.middlegeorgiaconcertband.org/
 

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bronzZoot said:
I know this category is for "Creating your band or ensemble," but what about bands that are already thriving? More specifically I'm talking about community bands. I just moved to Central Pennsylvania and I'm looking for different opportunities to play.

So, what I was thinking:

No matter where the band is located, lets make a list or directory of community bands.

Share away!
Google the following: Keystone Community Band; New Holland Band; Greenwood Community Band. All are in Central PA. Keystone is in Harrisburg, New Holland is in New Holland, and Greenwood is in Millerstown.
 
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