Another Musical Monday

Jennifer | Friday, December 8, 2017

On Monday, 12/11 friends from Liberty House and the Alumni Band of the Army National Guard gather at Post 79 in Manchester for the annual holiday concert. Guests are encouraged to bring donations of toiletries and non-perishable foods. At the end of the concert we will leave with a van full of goodies for the house.

What is the Alumni Band of the Army National Guard?

The purpose of organizing the band was to allow former members of any service band to become acting and performing musicians by voluntarily participating in regular rehearsals and concerts. Since its inception the band has allowed and recruited non-service musicians to become members. Performing with this organization gives the former musician a chance to continue with rehearsing and playing with a concert/stage band; otherwise the musical instrument, played in high school and college, is put away and probably never played again. Rehearsals are held Monday evenings at the McKelvie School in Bedford, NH. Concerts are presented during the months of May/June and November/December in various cities and towns in the southern part of the State of New Hampshire and are free to the public.


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