CAPTION(S): photo Photo: (color) More than 50 musicians perform in the Santa Clarita Valley Concert Band, which celebrated its 20th anniversary last May.
What does SCVCB stand for?
SCVCB stands for Santa Clarita Valley Concert Band (Santa Clarita Valley, CA)
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The Santa Clarita Valley Concert Band provided musical interludes of patriotic songs throughout the morning.
The ceremony will be emceed by KSPN-AM (1110) radio sports anchor Todd Donoho, and will feature a performance by the Santa Clarita Valley Concert Band, a drill team presentation by the Air Force Junior ROTC Saber Team, and fly-overs by the Condor Squadron and the U.
with strolling clowns and face painters and performances by the Santa Clarita Valley Concert Band.
The Santa Clarita Valley Concert Band, Theatre Arts for Children, Santa Clarita Repertory Theater, Canyon Theatre Guild and Master Chorale - which debuted its classical music series last month - are several known, active groups.
The hourlong service included military hymns and other patriotic music performed by the Santa Clarita Valley Concert Band and the solemn strains of taps by two buglers posted on separate hills of the Sierra Highway cemetery.
Necks craned skyward when 10 vintage AT-6 Texans from the Condor Squadron flew low over the cemetery as the Santa Clarita Valley Concert Band played the ``Anchors Aweigh'' segment of their armed forces medley.
The Santa Clarita Valley Concert Band, led by conductor Tim Durand, will play the national anthem, ``America the Beautiful,'' a musical salute to the five branches of the armed forces, and ``God Bless the USA'' during the ceremony.