Marshall Rotary Band performance starts off the summer concert series in Albion in the beautiful Victory Park Bandshell.
“Swingin’ at the Shell”
With guest conductor Ed Zentera, retired KCC conductor.
The Marshall Rotary Band plays a variety of music including show tune medleys, marches, ragtime, Dixieland, and traditional concert band pieces. Most of the music played is obtained from the Chatfield Brass Band Music Lending Library in Chatfield, Minnesota. The concerts often feature players in solos, duets, trios, and ensembles.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q- Where do we sit?
A- Bring lawn chairs or a blanket. Some tables are available also.
Q – What is the cost?
A – FREE
Q – When are the other concerts?
Q- Who sponsors the concerts?
A- Swingin’ at the Shell is provided free of charge to the General Public. The 2016 Swingin’ at the Shell concerts series is sponsored by: Caster Concepts, Parks Drug Store, Team 1 Plastics, Albion Community Foundation, and True Green.
Swingin’ at the Shell is made possible in part by a grant from the Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Q- What if it rains?
A – In the event of rain, concerts will be moved to the Victory Park Pavilion.
Q- What if we are hungry?
A – Concessions available, or bring a picnic dinner!
Q- Where is Victory Park bandshell?
A- Use the convenient map below to get to Victory Park bandshell. Click the three dots on the top right of the map below to get directions that can be sent to your phone.