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Our Story

We are a committed group of amateur and professional musicians dedicated to entertaining the Highlands Ranch Community. Our mission is to provide quality, educational concerts through a variety of musical literature and collaborative performances in order to promote musical arts and a spirit of community for both adults and children in the South Metro region.  

What Makes Us Special

We provide two ensembles for community members to join, the original Concert Band and Swing Shift which is our jazz group. Both ensembles perform in Highlands Ranch at a variety of venues including celebrations, civic functions, and parades. The Concert Band performs an annual Veteran’s Day Concert where we collaborate with an elementary school choir and an adult choir.  During the summer we play at outdoor venues, with regular summer dates that include a yearly Highlands Ranch Music Arts Festival and an annual Children’s Concert.

Concert Band

Our main group consisting of over 50 individuals from various backgrounds and musical talents.

Swing Shift

Our Big Band group consisting of roughly 20 members that plays swing and jazz music from the past 80 years. 

Join Us

The Highlands Ranch Concert Band welcomes new musicians –

no auditions necessary.

Next Concert

Date: Sunday, May 7, 2023

Time: 3:00pm

Location: Littleton High School

199 E Littleton Blvd, Littleton, CO 80121

Band(s): HRCB


"Natural Wonders Across America"

Highlands Ranch Concert Band will present a free concert of music celebrating natural wonders across America.  


Featured music will include “Pikes Peak” by Brian Balmages, commissioned by the Colorado Bandmasters Association, plus works by Ferde Grofé, Julius Fučík, Rossano Galante, Steven Reinecke, and Brant Karrick. 


Admission is free thanks to the support of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, the Highlands Ranch Metro District, Walmart and contributions from individuals throughout the Front Range. 


Rob Yost will conduct.  Rob holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in music education from Adams State College and University of Northern Colorado. He has conducted and performed as director of the Orion Winds and conducted for the Colorado Wind Ensemble. In addition, he has performed in many bands and orchestras throughout the metropolitan area. 


“Where words fail,
music speaks”

Hans Christian Andersen

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