Swing Funk and Fun

An Afternoon of Swing, Funk, and Fun! – North Fork Valley Community Band

Sunday, Feb 11 2:30pm

With David Alderdice & Jeannette Carey

Tickets: $15 adult / $10 student/child

2:00 Doors open

2:30 East Coast Swing Dance Lesson taught by Morgan MacInnis

3:30 Live Music Set – Big Band, Funk & Rock

Join the North Fork Valley Community Band for An Afternoon of Swing, Funk, and Fun! Come for a Swing dance lesson with Morgan Maclnnis at 2:30pm. Try out your new dance moves (or just listen) to a set of Big Band Swing Music at 3:30pm. Then after a short intermission, stay and boogie on the dance floor for a second set of some Eclectic Upbeat Funky Music played by our own local 20-piece community ensemble. This event is family friendly.

The multi-award winning North Fork Valley Community & Parade Band, founded and directed by Jeannette Carey and David Alderdice, was formed in 2015 as a way to get local music students and community members of mixed ages and experience levels playing, rehearsing and performing stylistically diverse selections of fun music together. Their repertoire consists mainly of big band swing music as well as funk, rock, latin and groovy traditional and modern tunes from around the world.

Swing Funk and Fun

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