Roseville Community Concert Band

Roseville Community Concert Band

Entertainment - Music


 (916) 797-3322

 PO Box 23, Roseville, CA 95678


The Roseville Community Concert Band, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is an all volunteer symphonic band that performs throughout the greater Roseville and South Placer communities. The RCCB was established in 2000 by Bill Hastings, a retired director of The U.S. Coast Guard Band. In July of 2007, Stephanie Sugano was appointed as the next conductor and musical director of the band. Beginning with only 15 musicians, the band has grown to over 50 active members. The RCCB sponsors a week long Youth Music Camp offering a variety of musical instruction to children from 5th to 8th grade. Our Music Camp, generously supported by a grant from the City of Roseville’s Citizens Benefit Fund, attracts many young musicians and beginners from the surrounding area.


The band has performed at many events throughout the community including:
-Public concerts in the winter and spring
-Many civic ceremonies such as Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day observances
-Concerts for residents at retirement communities such as Springfield at Whitney Oaks, Sun City Roseville, Sun City Lincoln and Eskaton Village
-Roseville community events such as: Royer Park Concert Series, Christmas Tree Lighting, Fourth of July Parade, and Relay for Life Walk-a-thon
-Joint concerts with local middle school and high school bands
-Family and children’s concerts such as Kaiser Permanente’s Family Arts Festival and the Coyote Ridge Elementary Harvest Festival
-Regional events such as Annual Carmichael Park Band Festival and Carmichael Fourth of July Fireworks display

The purpose of the Roseville Community Concert Band is to:
1. Give qualified musicians, ranging from talented students to senior adults, the opportunity for individual musical expression and growth;
2. Enhance the cultural experiences of those in the community by providing live music at public, private, and civic performances in Roseville and the surrounding areas; and to
3. Educate the community about the importance of the performing arts.