KCC Concert Band’s “Spring Concert” is March 5 in Battle Creek

The Kellogg Community College Concert Band will hold its annual “Spring Concert” this Sunday on campus in Battle Creek.

The concert will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 5, at the Binda Performing Arts Center, 450 North Ave. in Battle Creek. The event is free and open to the public, though a freewill donation will be collected to support future arts initiatives at the College.

Selections to be performed include:

  • “Peacemaker,” by Karl L. King, arranged by James Swearingen
  • “First Suite in Eb for Military Band,” by Gustav Holst
  • “His Honor,” by Henry Fillmore
  • “Avatar Soundtrack Highlights,” by James Horner, arranged by Jay Bocook

The KCC Concert Band, under the direction of Christopher Momcilovich, is dedicated to the performance of fine instrumental concert literature. The ensemble presents several concerts on campus and in the surrounding community each year.

For more information about the KCC Concert Band’s “Spring Concert,” contact KCC’s Arts and Communication offices at 269-965-4126.

About the Director

KCC Concert Band Director Christopher Momcilovich is also Director of Music at Battle Creek Public Schools. For more than 25 years, his primary instrument has been the trombone, primarily the bass trombone. He holds degrees from Western Michigan University and Bowling Green State University in Music Education and Teaching Artistry. In the summer, Momcilovich also directs the Post Band, a community ensemble that will be celebrating its 100th season in 2023.

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