Our 2018 Season will begin on Sunday, April 8 with Inaugural Rehearsal at the Danville Community Room.  Rehearsal are generally held most Sundays from 7:00 to 8:30 pm from April through October.  New musicians are always welcome.

Danville Town Band

23rd Annual Danville Community Harvest Concert - October 25, 2015.  Danville Town Band and combined community choirs concluded the concert with As All the Heavens Were a Bell by Jay Bocook.  Click here to listen​.

2018 Performance Schedule

  • June 17 - Concert on the Green and Ice Cream Social - 6:30 pm
  • July 29 - Family Concert at Greensboro Nursing Home - 3:00 pm
  • August 11 - Danville Fair Pops Concert and Parade - 9:30 am
  • August 19 - Concert on the Green and Ice Cream Social - 6:30 pm
  • October 28 - Annual Community Harvest Concert - Danville Congregational Church - 5:00 pm

Danville Town Band began it's current iteration in 1991.  Our primary objectives are

  • to support the Danville School instrumental music program, 
  • to provide a supportive, yet challenging, outlet for area musicians,
  • to encourage families to make music together, and
  • to provide music for Danville Town events whenever possible

Our season runs from April through October with rehearsals most Sunday evenings from 7:00 - 8:30 pm in the Danville Community Building (beside the Pope Library).  New members are welcome at any time during the season.  We have a particular need to trombones and low saxes, but all instruments are welcome.

Our Director, Phil Brown has led the band since it was "reorganized" in 1991.  Phil is an all around musician - tenor soloist, bass player, choral director, handbell consultant and manager/music director for St. J. Jazz.  In addition to Danville Town Band, Phil also leads the Swing North Big Band and Maple Leaf Seven.  Phil consistently selects and helps the band prepare programs of interesting and challenging repertoire.

One of the earliest pictures of the Danville Town Band circa 1992.  When this picture was taken, 10 of the 19 members came from three families and included parents and children making music together.  Intergenerational music making is still a priority for the Danville Town Band and we invite parents & children and teachers & students to come and make music together.