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Your generous donation helps us to continue providing free concerts and an opportunity for local musicians to play great band music.

 

 

Spring Season

Our Spring concerts will feature a French theme and include music by Berlioz, Offenbach, Milhaud and others. C'est Si Bon!

TCMF 2014We will again be hosting the The Texas Community Music Festival.This fun and eclectic event has been set for Saturday April April12 through Wednesday April 16, 2014, with a one-week break for Easter, and then will return Wednesday, April 23 through Sunday April 27. More info

The full version of ACWE will perform Sunday April 27 at 1:30PM. Come out, have lunch on the deck and enjoy some great band music! Our miniWE group will open the festival Saturday morning, April 12 at 11:00AM.

 

Musique dans le Parc at the French Legation
French Legation

Come enjoy a celebration of music by French composers with Musique dans le Parc at the historic French Legation. There will be kids’ activities, concessions, and wine and beer for sale. Remember to bring your picnic blankets and chairs! Pets on leashes are welcome.


Saturday May 10, gates open at 6:00 pm, music begins at 6:30 pm.
$5, children under 5 years of age are free. 802 San Marcos St - More info

Other Spring Concerts

Sunday May 4, 1:30PM at Covenant United Methodist Church 4410 Duval Road
Sunday May 11, 5:00PM at Episcopal Church of the Resurrection 2200 Justin Ln

Special Thanks to Our TCMF Sponsors:

Special Addition Comfort StoreRussell Koreman


Join ACWE!
We are always accepting new members. More Info

Best Excuse to Be a Band Geek Again--Austin Chronicle
Austin Civic Wind Ensemble
One time, at band camp, we heard about this great group of musicians in A-town: As Austin's oldest community band, the Austin Civic Wind Ensemble (ACWE) has been charming Central Texas audiences since 1975. Besides treating our town to the best in-concert band performances, this ensemble also provides an outlet for Austin area musicians, amateur and professional, to get out there and play. So, whether you are looking to rekindle fond memories of your band-geek glory days or you wish to simply revel in that sound that takes you to another time and place, check them out. Their Web site is loaded with information on how to get involved. (Best of Austin 2006 issue)


Funded in part by the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division in addition to our generous corporate sponsors.
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