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July 8-9 -- Fredonia Band Alumni Reunion Reconnect with your colleagues and join other Fredonia music alums as we perform great repertoire doing what we love!   It will be an exciting weekend celebrating your legacy with a terrific performance of music by Holst, Grainger, Sousa, and other works from the standard repertoire.  Mary Anne Harp will be our guest conductor representing her father, Herbert Harp, who is the foundation of the Fredonia Band program.  

Fredonia Band Alumni Reunion 2017 Schedule:


Saturday, July 8 

12:30pm – Registration, coffee, and Tours of Mason Renovations (Mason Hall lobby)

(See the new rehearsal rooms as you walk by the rooms to King via the new connector!!! Percussionists in particular will enjoy their journey to King!!)

2:00pm - 4:00pm - Rehearsal* - (King Concert Hall)

4:30pm -6:30pm - BBQ Cookout (on campus – included with your reunion registration) 
7:00pm - 9:00pm - Rehearsal* - (King Concert Hall)
9:00pm - Social Time - more details TBA

Sunday, July 9
11:00am - 1:00pm - Rehearsal* - (King Concert Hall)
1:00pm - 2:30pm - Lunch - on your own

2:45pm Please be on stage
3:00pm- Final Concert – (King Concert Hall) – Free and open to the public!

 

*Note: Attendance at All Rehearsals is REQUIRED in order to perform in the concert on Sunday.

 

Registration - includes all receptions, music, folders and barbecue.

 

Reserve your spot by June 30th!

 

Make your reservation here.


July 8 -- Celebration of the Lives of Thomas Stocky and Thomas Tunney Peace Pole Dedication  10 AM - 2PM  College Lodge, 8067 Rt. 308, Brocton, NY. 

 

Tom "Tommy" Tunney (1956-1976) grew up in Hudson, NY, the youngest of four siblings. He was very happy there, and enjoyed a close relationship with his parents. He grew up listening to the Weavers, and as a teenager began his studies on the banjo.  He was an education major at Fredonia. Tom was committed to peace and social justice, and volunteered his time towards these causes.

Tom Stocky (1955-1980) was raised in N. Tonawanda NY, the middle child of 5.  He was a double chemistry and German major at Fredonia, graduating summa cum laude. A guitar player and singer, in the spring of 1978 he was selected as the Chautauqua County Minstrel. He played music for community events, in schools, day care centers, senior centers. He wrote two songbooks "Songs in the Children's Tradition" and "Protect the Innocent."

11:30 AM- Peace Pole Dedication

12:30 PM- Luncheon -$15per person.

7:30 PM- Mad About Toms Tribute Concert at the Fredonia Opera House, 9 Church Street, Fredonia NY. Admission by donation.  he concert features performances by musician friends of Tom Stocky and Tom Tunney from their Fredonia College days.

Make your reservations here>> 
 

Friday, July 14 -- Alumni Golf Tournament Shorewood Country Club, 4958 W. Lake Road, Dunkirk, NY 14048

Schedule of Events

11:00 AM Registration

12:30 PM Shotgun Start

5:30 PM Dinner, awards and raffle 

Entry deadline - July 3, 2017       Register here>>                 


Thursday, August 10 -- Alumni Board Meeting


October 20-22 --  Homecoming 2017 Schedule>>


Thursday, November 9 -- Alumni Board Meeting


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