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Measure H Community Enhancement Fund

Thank you, Rancho Cordova! You have given us the means to bring high quality musical performances to our community through the funds allowed by the Measure H Community Enhancement Fund!  

The completely volunteer-driven Rancho Cordova River City Concert Band’s main goal for using these funds is to engage the greater community in the appreciation and enjoyment of music.  We offer musicians and audiences the opportunity to engage in amazing music in multiple settings and events.  

To achieve this, we have used these funds in many ways to bring fantastic music to you.  Here is some of the equipment we have purchased and how it is beneficial to our goal, thanks to you!

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Photo Courtesy of Jose Lopez

Virtual Performance Workstation

We purchased a workstation PC and software to help with the production of our virtual performances during the COVID-19 pandemic. This piece of technology is an investment in the future as well since we will now be able to produce custom multi-media content for display at our upcoming live concerts.

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The Future

We continue to seek a long tradition of performance well into the future to foster musical interest and enhancement through community outreach and integration with audience members. We look forward to seeing YOU at our concerts!

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Holiday Music Folders

Our new green holiday music folders make it easier to keep our holiday music organized and ready to go!

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Bell Chimes

We debuted our new bell chimes at our 2018 ‘Holiday Traditions’ concerts.

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We first performed with our new timpanis at Rancho Cordova’s 15th Year Birthday Party on July 2nd, 2018 in front of City Hall. What a big difference they made in filling out our sound!

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We have purchased several new pieces of music for our performances. Here are several planned for our upcoming ‘Holiday Traditions’ Concerts.

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