That's All Folk on April 8th will be our beloved Anne Kreider-Hughes's last as Music Director of RCB. If you or someone you know is interesting in joining and leading us thereafter, please apply by February 26th. Full details on the position are available here.
If you or someone you know are looking for a brilliant group of musicians to play your events, book Purple Passion now here.
If you have any inquiries about the band email Director Marge Rosen at email@example.com.
Though the gloomy gray of a Seattle winter has settled in, mark your calendars for a sun break on Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 2pm. Rainbow City Band will present Divertimento, a collection of fun, bright music to bring sunshine and a smile to your day. This matinée performance is an ideal break for the whole family!
Tickets go on sale soon; check our event calendar for details.
Ancient stories of mysterious creatures, epic tales of heroes, and newly imagined worlds are all inspirations for the music that Rainbow City Band will perform at its Saturday, November 19 concert Legends and Lore. Join us at 7pm at Broadway Performance Hall on Capitol Hill for a night of magical music from composers such as Percy Grainger and Frank Ticheli.
Saturday, November 19, 2017 7:00 pm
Tickets are on sale now!
Have you been considering dusting off that old viola or double bass but can't decide how to get started again? Now is a great time to rekindle your live of music with Rainbow City Orchestra!
The orchestra has recently relocated its rehearsals to St. John United Lutheran Church in Phinney Ridge, and continues to rehearse on Thursday evenings. We’ve saved a seat for you! All string players are encouraged to join regardless of experience level. Contact us for more information, and watch our event calendar for future orchestra performances and other events.
As the days get longer, temperatures start rising, and pollen fills the air, RCPA members dust off their marching instruments and being learning music - and reviewing marching technique - for our summer parade and festival season.
This year's season starts on Saturday, June 18 at the Fremont Solstice Parade, followed by Pride events in Seattle, Bellingham, and Vancouver BC, a Fourth of July celebration in Edmonds, and our first appearance on Vashon Island. Come see us at all of these terrific celebrations!
Rainbow City Performing Arts will once again participate in the Seattle Foundation's GiveBIG, a one-day event aiming to inspire community giving in the greater Seattle area.
Stretch your gift to Rainbow City Performing Arts even further by donating through the GiveBIG website; participating organizations receive a partial match from a pool of funds provided by the Foundation.
Mark your calendar - May 3 is GiveBIG!
Tuesday, May 3, 2016 - all day
Rainbow City Concert Band concluded its 2015-2016 season with a showcase of innovative composers ranging from Igor Stravinsky to Charles Ives to Eric Whitacre, each of whom presented audiences with new musical influences. We were delighted to include a widely recognized Seattle talent, composer Eric Banks, who composed a new piece commissioned by Rainbow City Performing Arts with support of a grant from 4Culture. Dr.
A collaborative effort launched well over a year ago is about to come to fruition on March 5 at Broadway Performance Hall.
Artistic Director Anne Kreider-Hughes and former development director Jordan Jobe succeeded in obtaining a grant from King County's 4Culture program to support the creation of a work written for Rainbow City Band.
Are you itching to get out of the house this Saturday? There are two good reasons to head to Crossroads Bellevue: great music and great dancing!
Purple Passion Swing Band will be playing at the Market Stage from 7 to 9 pm, and we'd love to see you there whether you'll slip on your dance shoes and swing the night away, or just pull up a chair and listen to some great swing tunes.
See you Saturday!
Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 7:00 PM
Crossroads Bellevue, 15600 NE 8th Street, Bellevue, WA 98008
Rainbow City Concert Band is thrilled to debut a new work by Seattle composer Eric Banks, commissioned by Rainbow City Performing Arts with support of a grant from 4Culture, entitled The Opposite of Falling.
This moving work features percussive rhythms, incorporates each instrument in the band in a uniquely egalitarian yet individually meaningful fashion, and exemplifies our concert theme, Innovations. Join us to enjoy and learn about this and other masterpieces from innovative composers that changed the way we think about music.