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Southern Winds Concert Band
Ongoing Each Thursday Beginning Thursday, October 02, 2014.

The SWCB of Roswell is looking for musicians or former musicians interested in joining a concert band, particularly those who play clarinet, trumpet, or saxophone. No audition is needed but there is a questionnaire to assess your level of musical experience. The band rehearses Thursday afternoons at the Northbrook United Methodist Church on Crabapple Road in Roswell.. and usually plays one concert per month. Requirements include an instrument, a music stand, modest monthly dues, and a specified warm-up music book.
Times:2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Where: Northbrook United Methodist Church
11225 Crabapple Road
Roswell GA 30076
Additional Info:Website: http://www.swcb.org
Phone: 7707517210

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    11225 Crabapple Road Roswell GA 30076
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