Thanks for a great 2022 Season!  We look forward to 2023! 




Tom Poshak Day
At University City
2022 concerts will take place in Heman Park (Midland & Shaftesbury Entrance)

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DANNY LEWIS, DIRECTOR FOR UCITY SUMMER BAND, 2023
 
The U City Summer Band Board of Directors are pleased to announce that Danny Lewis has been selected as the next Music Director/Conductor. Danny is a trumpet player, Music Educator, and Chair of the Fine Arts Department at McCluer High School in the Ferguson Florissant School District. He comes to us with great experience, enthusiasm, and drive to continue and grow our band. We are excited for the future of our group under Danny's leadership and look forward to next summer and the many years to come.
You can see Danny conduct here:  https://youtu.be/3OSLV3FZ1rU?t=1951
 
 

SUMMER 2022!!

The 100-member (give or take) UCity Summer Band is... Light Classics, Marches, Patriotic Music, Show Tunes, Transcriptions, Popular Music, Jazz, and Original Music for Band.

Concerts will be held at our venue in Heman Park, 1028 Midland Blvd, University City, MO 63130 (park entrance is off Midland, opposite Shaftesbury).

All concerts start at 7PM, last about 60 minutes, and include a short intermission. Seating is on the lawn. Bring a lawn chair or blanket as available seating is limited. Bring your children! Bring a picnic!

For our last piece each concert, we play "On the Mall." Children are invited to come up to the front and conduct the band and receive their very own UCity Summer Band pencil!


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The University City Summer Band is a production of the University City Music Company, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Donations may be tax deductible.
Monetary support comes from the generous donations of businesses and friends of the U City Summer Band like you!
Thank you!

"...exactly what a community band ought to be..."audience comment during the 2004 season

"It was terrific to get to hear such a fine band, and so close to our house. I loved how the balance was great, the blend was lovely, and you got them to play dynamics(!)."comment during the 2011 season, by Thomas Jostlein, Associate Principal French Horn, St. Louis Symphony, from the 2011 season