Here is the set list for the Starbuck concert this Thursday December 14, 2017
#33 Canticle at Christmastide
#36 Once in Royal Davidís City
#29 Norwegian Christmas Overture
#19 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
#17 Old English Christmas
#21 Itís Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
#26 Christmas Festival
#20 White Christmas
#24 Canadian Brass Christmas
#28 Iíll be Home for Christmas
#35 A Holst Christmas
#23 Sleigh Ride
Christmas Sing along
The drive from downtown Winnipeg to Starbuck is about 45 minutes. Plan accordingly to be there a half hour prior to the 7:30 pm downbeat. The community welcomed us with open arms last year and fed us after the concert with home made dainties and snacks. All non-fat of course.
The proper address is: Starbuck Community Hall, 25 Main St, Starbuck. MAP
- Stand Light
- Dress is red Westwood Polo and black pants - anything else Christmasy is great too!
- Holiday cheer and musical spirit!
The 2017/18 season will then take a break and start off the new year Thursday January 11th at 7:15pm at John Taylor Collegiate.
Thursday Evenings, 7:15 to 9:30 p.m.
The Band Room
John Taylor Collegiate
470 Hamilton Ave, St.James Assiniboia
The Band Library Music List is now available online in Excel or HTML formats for download on the Documents page.
@westwoodcommunityband.ca email addresses are now available for members of the Westwood Community Band.
If you would like your own (yourname)@westwoodcommunityband.ca email address, then send an email to email@example.com with the subject "WCB Email Signup".
Please include the following information: Name, current email address, and whether you would like the @westwoodcommunityband.ca email address to be on it's own (you can use Outlook or a Web Client to access) or if you would like it to forward emails to your current email address.
The Westwood Community Band is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
In 1980, the band director of Sansome School challenged the parents of his band students to form their own group, with the purpose of leading by example. A number of these parents responded and their on-going dedication, boosted by a steady input of new members, has blossomed into the Westwood Community Band. Some of those original parents are still enthusiastic members!
The Band's objectives are to play good music and offer musical entertainment to the wider community. In 2010/2011 the band celebrated its 30th Anniversary.
The Band welcomes adults, beginners through to accomplished musicians, who play woodwind, brass, or percussion instruments.
This is a friendly environment, new members are welcome to sit-in for a couple of nights with no commitment necessary. You will soon feel at home!