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The Greater Columbus Concert Band

A Celebration for Chad

In honor of GCCB Conductor and Librarian Chad Geedey's many years of dedicated service to the band, the band's officers secretly commissioned world-renowned composer James Swearingen to compose a piece.  The result was the fabulous March Jubilee which the band covertly rehearsed a week before it's presentation to Chad on September 11, 2012. Professor Swearingen graciously agreed to present the composition to Chad in person at a surprise party that for all Chad knew began as our typical Tuesday rehearsal. After the band members cajoled Swearingen into conducting the band through the piece, so Chad could hear it, cake and merriment were had by all.


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Last Updated on Saturday, 15 September 2012 20:14
Selections From Concert - August 19th, 2012 - Wexner Heritage Center

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 August 2012 04:21


Founded in 1987, The Greater Columbus Concert Band is a non-profit organization partially funded by the generous donations of music lovers such as yourself. The GCCB plays a number of concerts each year at different places such as the Ohio State Fair, the Park of Roses, assisted care and senior citizen communities throughout the Columbus metropolitan area, and various shopping malls. In the past, the band has also traveled to Middleport/Pomeroy, Mohican State Park, and Cambridge to give concerts.

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