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Band Of The Hills

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Music

Target demographics: Continue and promote concert band music

Geographic areas served: Williamson county, Texas

Programs: Music concerts free to the public

Community Stories

18 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Keleigh K.

Board Member

Rating: 5

I moved back to Texas to care for my Mother and was saddened by the prospect of finding a good community group to play with. It was a little unnerving venturing out to the first rehearsal not knowing what I would find, but I was met with welcoming warmth and I have been a member since 2002! This was a great fit for me, and I'm so thankful I discovered them. There's simply nothing better than getting with other musicians with the focus of making great music together!!!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have played bassoon for this band since it's inception approximately 20 years ago. My ability to play my instrument stems from my high school years where I achieved State of Texas recognition. I play a very expensive instrument so I had to give up playing upon graduation but then my husband and I put enough money together to buy one, I helped found Band of the Hills to play with, and we have been happily playing together ever since. This band is more valuable to me then just an opportunity to play bassoon again, it is a way to give back to the community my husband and I of 35 years are a part of. The friendships I have established over the years are priceless. The band director, Bob Dalrymple, is a guiding spirit and an inspiration. I love this band and I wish it the best of luck for many more years to come.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

The Band of the Hills has brought years of enjoyable diverse music to many different communities in the Hill Country of Texas. The music played is not only marches but includes show tunes, excerpts from great symphonies, the big band sounds of swing, blues, jazz, television and movie themes, dance music and much more. The Band Director and the band members bring forth many years of musical experiences. This is more than a band, it is more of a wind symphony.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Band of the Hills provides an environment for musicians of all ages - middle school to retirees - to come together and make music. The band supports many community activities like holiday tree lighting, library fundraisers, assisted living facility concerts, church concerts, and music festivals.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

This non-profit, volunteer community band is welcoming to musicians of all ages and talent levels. After moving across the country to Texas four years ago, this group quickly became my family. The band enjoys performing a wide variety of music for local events and retirement homes. God Bless Texas and Band of the Hills!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Great organization - lots of fun and great opportunities for family members and friends to share in performing music together.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Band of the Hills is an amazing organization, bringing uplifting concerts to the community, and allowing musicians of all ages and experience to dust off their instruments and be members of this very fun musical group. Bob Dalyrimple, our director, is the best!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

The band plays fun music and they have fun doing it!!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Great group of people. I've been a member for 6years and have enjoyed every season. Highly recommend

Volunteer

Rating: 5



Playing music with a group (like we are) is one the few things you can do that uses
both sides of your brain at the same time. What a good to exercise your brain activity. Additionally, what a grand way to meet people who have common interests. Without some income it is hard keep this large band going with new challenging music as well as a large a number of other financial needs . We pay dues in order to have a barrel of fun

1 Joseph C.1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Awesome band! They are really impressive and play difficult music. They sound as good as most college bands and are all community volunteers. It's nice to have such talented people in our community.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Great community band. They accept all players, and provide community concerts and events sharing the joy of music. A wonderful organization with many of the players being members for well over a decade.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This band provides a welcoming environment for members of all ages. The concerts are fun and lively and have a little something for everyone.

1 Lori W.1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Band of The Hills provides a great community service by offering concerts with various styles and composers free to the public.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I recently joined this band and my experience has been better than I ever expected it could be! The people are great, the music is fun, and there are plenty of opportunities for musicians, no matter your skill level. I've never felt pressured because I couldn't get a measure right on the first try, and the atmosphere just feels warm and welcoming from all members who I have come into contact with.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Wow! What an amazing organization! Many of us played a musical instrument in our past and always wanted to play music again. Band of the Hills provides that opportunity. The band shares that music with the communities we live in. The Band of the Hills provides musicians a venue to do what they love - play instrumental community band music!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 3

The band's performances are well received in the community and foster a safe and fun experiences for families and their loved ones. This group is open to the public and provides musicians of all levels with an outlet to express themselves artistically through music performance.

1 Sarah W.1

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I am a flute teacher who moved to a new area. While I was waiting to pick up students I found Band of the Hills to play with. At first I was nervous that they would either play music that was too easy or too hard. But I have found the music challenging and fun. We play a wide range from musicals to marches, concertos to original compositions. I enjoy getting to know my section and improving my skills. Band of the Hills is great.