Tualatin Valley Community Band
Tualatin Valley Community Band
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Welcome to the online home of TVCB!

We missed you all during our 2020 season! TVCB members are healthy and following CDC guidelines. We plan to gather in June to rehearse in Cook Park near the Bishop-Scheckla gazebo. Stay tuned.

To help celebrate in a socially distant world, TVCB members recorded a favorite holiday piece – “Santa Meets Sousa” arranged by Mark Williams. Each member independently recorded their part using only a “click beat” in their ear. Upbeat software merged all the contributions into a mosaic.

You can see the performance by clicking Santa Meets Sousa. You can also click on the Full Screen icon in the bottom corner to see the better.

The Tualatin Valley Community Band (TVCB) is led by Kevin Soon and is composed of volunteer individuals who have played musical instruments in high school, college and with other groups. Some members had not played for many years, but have listened to TVCB at our free public concerts and joined. Participation and practice will help you re-learn or sharpen previously mastered techniques, tone quality, and intonation.

We are pleased to announce that Arthur Breur is the TVCB Composer in Residence! In 2018 Arthur composed “Tuesday Night Overture” a commissioned piece for the TVCB 30th Anniversary. TVCB premiered the work on December 2, 2018.

TVCB has worked with Arthur since 2018 and have performed several original compositions at our concerts including "Taking Flight" which was premiered by the TVCB on December 8, 2019. A kid favorite composed by Arthur is "Dance of the Monsters Under the Bed" which TVCB has performed at our Halloween Concert at the Tigard Public Library. Learn more about Arthur here.

Please stop by to listen and see what TVCB has been up to!


2021 Concert Schedule - On Hold - Stay Tuned

    We normally rehearse in Cook Park at the Bishop-Scheckla Gazebo on Tuesday nights. We will follow City of Tigard guidelines for park usage and performances. Please be safe until we meet again!