The Orlando Concert Band is a 70 member ensemble, organized and operated as a non-profit Florida corporation. Founded in 1989 and composed of both professional and amateur musicians, the band performs concerts as well as a variety of ceremonies and other special events throughout Central Florida.
The Prince of Peace Concert Series is honored to host the Orlando Concert Band for this special Veteran's Day event! OCB will present a concert filled with music that honors both God and county. Doors will open at 5:30 pm. Free admission — freewill offering encouraged.Find out more »
The Orlando Concert Band presents a free concert of holiday favorites followed by a program that brings the Christmas spirit to life with a ceremonial first lighting of Lake Eola Park’s 72-foot Christmas tree.Find out more »
Since 1989, Jon Territo has worked as a conductor and musician with a variety of artists and musical ensembles throughout Central Florida. Mr. Territo has been with the Orlando Concert Band since 2009, and has brought a fresh perspective to the repertoire, connecting this talented ensemble with their ever-growing audience.
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Mrs. Tobin received her Bachelor of Music Education degree from Florida State University, where she was the first recipient of the Hugh J. Croft Memorial Scholarship for Music Education, presented by Dr. James Croft. Andrea received her Master of Music Education degree from the University of Central Florida, where she was also inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Originally from Indiana, Eric received a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from Ball State University. After a few years of band directing, he went on to receive a Master of Music and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Percussion Performance with a minor in conducting from Louisiana State University. For the next two decades, he was a music educator, freelance percussionist, conductor, and adjudicator throughout the state of Georgia.