Palm Coast Community Band Flyer

Come and sit in with us if you are free on Thursday night.
We play during the summer. 
We are a Palm Coast Communty and FPC high school Community Band
Our players range in age from 15 or 16 to 82. 


The Palm Coast Community Band is a group of about thirty musicians who meet once a week to share the joy of making music. Ages range from teen to octogenarian. We would love to have you join us. All are welcome. There are no auditions. Visit us Thursday evenings between 7:00 and 9:00 PM in the band room of Flagler Palm Coast High School.

Some of you may be thinking, "I am not good enough to join a band." Even though some people approach it as such, music is not a competitive sport. Many people leave music for that very reason. It ceases to be fun and they quit. Playing in a community band is about having fun, enjoying the beauty of making music, and sharing the experience with others.

A Florida community band, circa 1894

The community band is a proud tradition of American life. A hundred years ago, community bands were the entertainment in small towns. But community bands are as much about community as they are about music. Too often, activities are separated into groups based on age and ability. A community band is one of the few activities in which three or four generations of people of diverse backgrounds can participate equally - one might say, harmoniously.

Performing at Art in the Park

The Palm Coast Community Band is available to play at events. For information, contact the director, Carol Partelow.

Performing at Art in the Park

News Journal Article

Community band draws diverse musicians

Clay Whedbee, a senior at Flagler Palm Coast High School, learns what it takes to be a conductor.
Published: Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 5:30 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 9:04 p.m.
Change can be a beautiful thing, especially when the sweet sounds of music are involved.