Bay Area Music Groups
The Bay Area is home to literally hundreds of classical music organizations, from community choruses to world-renowned orchestras, opera companies and chamber ensembles. This listing provides all the vital statistics for Bay Area music groups, as well as a summary of what they do best. Search by type of organization or alphabetically. Note to classical music groups: If your organization is not listed here or there is an error in your listing, please email [email protected].
The Contra Costa Wind Symphony features modern classical compositions written specifically for wind symphonies. They also perform music ranging from swing and jazz through traditional band favorites.
The Band's 80-plus members, who give freely of their time, are dedicated volunteers from Danville and surrounding communities, and as far away as Vallejo, Marin, Davis and Stockton . They represent many diverse professions, students and retirees, and ages range from 13 to 80+. The Danville Community Band met for the first time on September 20, 2001 under the baton of founder and director Dr. Lawrence Anderson. In December 2008 Dr. Anderson passed the baton to Robert Calonico, director of bands at U.C. Berkeley, who joined DCB as associate director in 2007.