The Brazil Concert Band has three concerts scheduled this week, including two at Wisconsin Dells and one at Forest Park.
The band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, continues its summer-long Sesquicentennial Celebration this week.
On Thursday and Friday, BCB will take its show on the road to Wisconsin Dells with programs at 7 p.m., in the downtown area each evening.
On Sunday, the band will be back in Forest Park for its regular 8 p.m. concert.
For the Sunday program, BCB will offer Fillmore's "The Crosley March," "Overture Eroica," by Skornicka, "Lassus Trombone," by Fillmore, "Standard Pop Favorites," by Cofield, and "New Friendship," by Jewell.
In addition, the band will perform "Damn Yankees," arranged by Yoder, "Tara's Theme," by Steiner, "Blue Tango," by Anderson, "The Belle of Chicago," by Sousa, "A Tribute To Glenn Miller," arranged by Gass, and "Instant Concert," by Walters