Pittsburg Community Band

Pittsburg Community Band The Pittsburg Community Band consists of a concert band and a jazz band. Membership is open to anyone who plays a band instrument.

Operating as usual


We are still on a hiatus due to Covid 19. Hoping that we can get back together during the summer.

West Point Band

West Point Band

Because even the coziest of seasons needs a good villain! Staff Sgt. Francisco Aisporna and the West Point Band sing the story of the antics and — shall we say — less flattering traits of winter’s favorite bad guy, the Grinch who Stole Christmas!

Click here for a full schedule of our holiday events, plus how and when to watch: https://bit.ly/2IyB6Yz


"You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" Christmas carol

West Point Band's Concert Band performs at Eisenhower Hall Theatre at West Point, West Point - The U.S. Military Academy

Staff Sgt. Francisco Aisporna, vocalist
Lt. Col. Tod Addison, conductor


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Event information and tickets: https://bit.ly/2K8FHRV

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Help support PCT

Help support PCT

For those who love to grab and go some breakfast or lunch - why not do it on Thursday - November 19 between 7 am to 3 pm at Lumpy's Diner?
615 Railroad Avenue
Pittsburg, CA 94565
(925) 439-3911

PCT gets a donation from Lumpy's when you tell them you are there to support Pittsburg Community Theatre or PCT when you order or pay for your food. No flyer necessary - just be sure to tell them!

All proceeds go to support the Betty Brown Performing Arts Scholarship Fund.

Thanks so much!!!!


Since it doesn't look like we will be able to rehearse together for quite some time, anyone want to try this free trial to see how it works? This might be what we will have to do for a while.

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Hey Pittsburg Band members we will be having a zoom check in on Monday, August 3rd at 7:30 p.m. Look for the zoom invite in your email.

National Band Association

National Band Association

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band

The Stars and Stripes Together: A Virtual Patriotic Play Along

The American Bandmasters Association and the United States Marine Band invite you to perform virtually with the Marine Band! On Wednesday, May 27, 2020, at 1 p.m. (EDT) participate in a special Sousa event with Colonel Jason K. Fettig of “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band. With everyone joining online, Col. Fettig will conduct a performance of John Philip Sousa’s marches “The Thunderer” and “The Stars and Stripes Forever.” This free event is open to anyone and will take place on youtube.com/usmarineband.

After the online play along, students through 12th grade are invited to submit a video of themselves performing “The Stars and Stripes Forever” for a worldwide collage performance that will be assembled and debuted on July 4th!

For complete details: https://www.facebook.com/events/875169579669177/

Get your parts:
The Thunderer --

The Stars and Stripes Forever

Classic FM

Classic FM


The Pittsburg Community bands are on winter break and will resume rehearsals on 1/27/2020

Pittsburg Unified School District

Pittsburg Unified School District

Dinner plans on Wednesday night? Order out or in from Lumpys Diner Pittsburg and 15% of your order will benefit the Hillview JHS Music Program! It is a win win...you don't have to cook and you'll be supporting young musicians in our community! Save the Date for this Wednesday, 12/11 at Lumpy's Diner in Pittsburg! #HillviewMusicProgramFundraiser #Lumpys #EatatLumpys #ThankYou

Help the Hillview music department by eating at Panda Express tomorrow.  Download the flyer or show this post at checkou...

Help the Hillview music department by eating at Panda Express tomorrow. Download the flyer or show this post at checkout on Friday. Spread the word. :-)

On the minimum day, Friday, October 25th, treat yourself and your family to some Panda Express (on Railroad)! Either print out or show a picture of the flyer from this post when paying for your food and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Hillview's Bands and Choir. Online ordering is also available, just enter in the 303862 code at checkout! Thanks for your support! #hillviewbandsandchoir #pandaexpress


Pittsburg Community jazz band - the Count Basie Orchestra and Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Jazz Band are coming to Yoshi's in October. Field trip?


Pittsburg Community bands will be starting back up on August 26th for concert band and August 27th for jazz band. Both are 7-9 p.m. at Hillview Jr. High School. Come out and be part of the fun.

Alfred Band & Orchestra

Alfred Band & Orchestra

Being a successful musician requires more than just being able to play an instrument well. Here's a reminder of some important qualities that will help your music students (and everyone else) succeed in their careers. For more, visit http://bit.ly/2vWnP1B.



This wind ensemble's performance of Morten Lauridsen's choral classic, O Magnum Mysterium, left the audience speechless😳

The United States Air Force Band

The United States Air Force Band

A clip of our fantastic trombone section playing "Malaguena" by Ernesto Lecuona from last evening's concert at Woodson High School. Come hear the entire work tomorrow evening at the Air Force Memorial, 8 p.m..

John Philip Sousa

John Philip Sousa

March 3 is the anniversary of the adoption of the "Star Spangled Banner' as our national anthem.

In 1918, the members of the Maryland Society, United States Daughters of 1812 led the campaign for the official recognition for The Star-Spangled Banner. Their leader was Mrs. Ruben Ross Holloway. The organization chose representative Charles Lithicum from Maryland as their spokesman in Congress. It turned out to be a long fight in Congress but finally the bill was passed and signed into law by President Herbert Hoover on March 3, 1931 .

While on tour in 1930, Sousa was asked to prepare his opinion on the national anthem

This is the complete text:
"Contests to obtain a new national anthem to supplant “The Star-Spangled Banner” should give little worry to those who love the soul-stirring song written by Francis Scott Key.

When I was Director of the United States Marine Band, they was a concerted effort to establish a new national anthem. Because of my position with the Marine Band, I was told that I should do my share by entering the competition. Three very eminent judges considered the contributions of the contestants. I entered the contest, but I didn’t get the prize. Some time later I met the author of the poem who was awarded the prize, and he told me that he hadn’t sold a copy of his song. What I want to point out is that no matter how distinguished the judges maybe, they cannot judge for the people at large.

It is true that James Whitcomb Riley’s America is quite suitable for anthem. I wrote the music for this poem. It has been very popular, but it has never once threatened "The Star-Spangled Banner."

There has been at times criticism that Americans do not know the words of their national anthem. In reply let me ask how many nations no more than the first few lines of their national song? And what does it matter? It is the spirit of the music that inspires.

There are others who assert that our anthem is not suitable for march music. This is not true. “The Star-Spangled Banner” makes splendid march music. No matter how many critics are handsome may have, none of them can dispute the fact that it was a very satisfactory anthem during the world war played an important part in arousing enthusiasm and patriotism.

It would be as easy to make a stream run uphill as to secure a new national anthem as the result of a prize contest. The only possible chance that we might have a new national anthem would be when the eyes of all Americans are directed towards some particular cause and another genius captures the spirit of the moment in a thrilling song of patriotism. Until that time I do not believe the veneration for Francis Scott Key’s anthem will ever be displaced.”

Wynton's Twelve Ways to Practice
Wynton's Twelve Ways to Practice

Wynton's Twelve Ways to Practice

These will work for almost every activity – from music to schoolwork to sports. Practice is essential. Check out "Wynton's Twelve Ways to Practice."

Alfred Band & Orchestra

Alfred Band & Orchestra

Did you know that Thomas Jefferson played the violin and cello, and Woodrow Wilson sang in his college glee club? For patriotic sheet music favorites, visit http://bit.ly/2SFAjsY. #PresidentsDay


1st rehearsal for spring 2019 starts on Monday, January 28th. New members welcome. 7-9 p.m. HIllview Jr. High School

Hillview Jr. High School

Hillview Jr. High School

Hello, Hillview Families! Just a friendly reminder about tonight's Band Fundraiser at Lumpy's Diner in Pittsburg. Dine-in or take out from 5pm - 9pm to help support Hillview Junior High School Band. Thanks so much...see you there!

Zoom, Zoom, Zoom a Zoom | DonorsChoose.org project by Ms. Klaczynski
Zoom, Zoom, Zoom a Zoom | DonorsChoose.org project by Ms. Klaczynski

Zoom, Zoom, Zoom a Zoom | DonorsChoose.org project by Ms. Klaczynski

Help me give my students 2 digital recorders to recorder playing tests and honor band and choir auditions. Our school is a Title I school in a blue collar area of Northern California. 81% of our ki...

Can You Hear Me? | DonorsChoose.org project by Ms. Klaczynski
Can You Hear Me? | DonorsChoose.org project by Ms. Klaczynski

Can You Hear Me? | DonorsChoose.org project by Ms. Klaczynski

Help me give my students a portable PA system so we can rehearse in various performance areas and we can take it with us when we perform off campus. Our school is a Title I school in a blue collar ...


Help the Hillview band and choir with our Panda Express fundraiser on Friday, August 31st. Download a flyer and take to the Panda on Railroad Ave in Pittsburg between 11 a.m. and 10 p.m.

Box Tops for Education

turn in your boxtops to help the Hillview music department.

Safeway & Box Tops help local schools like John Adams Academy in Roseville, CA achieve amazing things! Start clipping for your classrooms! Get 60 Bonus Box Tops – a $6 value for your school - when you buy 10 General Mills Box Tops for Education items with the Just for U digital coupon at Safeway. Offer valid 8/01 - 9/11/18.


We will be starting our 2018-2019 season this coming Monday night, August 20th at 7 p.m. in Hillview Jr. High. Come out and join the band!

Hillview Junior High School Music Boosters
Hillview Junior High School Music Boosters

Hillview Junior High School Music Boosters

Support the music program by using the Benefit app. Download the app and purchae digital gift cards to use for your own personal shopping, or as gifts. A donation will be made for every purchase you make. It won't cost you a dime!

Hillview Junior High School Music Boosters
Hillview Junior High School Music Boosters

Hillview Junior High School Music Boosters

Shop for everyone on your gift list this holiday at smile.amazon.com/ch/68-0462741 and Amazon donates to Hillview Junior High School Band Boosters.

Hillview Junior High School Music Boosters

Hillview Junior High School Music Boosters

What's for dinner Wednesday night? LUMPY'S! Order for dine-in or take out and a donation will be made to the Hillview music program!


333 Yosemite Dr
Pittsburg, CA

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00


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