“Sundae Fun-day” Featured the Cincinnati Brass Band and free Graeter’s Ice Cream Sundaes
Sunday, Feb 10
A nice afternoon was had by all inside the warm Lakeside Chapel at Arlington during Sundae Fun-day on Sunday, Feb.10! Thank you to The Cincinnati Brass Band for an outstanding hour of entertainment -- and the free Graeters Ice Cream Sundaes made for the perfect accompaniment! You can see photos below.
Music has been a part of Arlington’s history since the early 1900’s and this tradition continues at Arlington as we host numerous concerts throughout the year. Our “Second Sunday at 7 Concert Series” begins in June. We are excited to be hosting some wonderful bands this summer for these free concerts. Be sure to keep any eye out for updates as we get closer to the dates.
About the Cincinnati Brass Band
The Cincinnati Brass Band (CBB) was founded in 1993 and organized by William Harvey of Buddy Rogers Music; Director, Anita Cocker-Hunt; and Assistant Director, Drew Cremisio.
From humble beginnings, with its first performance at the Tri-County Mall, the Cincinnati Brass Band has gone on to national prominence. Venues include churches, schools, country clubs, festivals, and community concert series programs. A few notable performances include a televised concert for the unveiling of the refurbished historic Tyler-Davidson fountain on Fountain Square in Cincinnati, multiple performances at Cincinnati’s Riverbend and Music Hall venues with Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops, and an appearance at the Great American Brass Band festival in Danville, Kentucky.
The Cincinnati Brass Band was proclaimed as the “Official Brass Band of Cincinnati” by the Mayor of Cincinnati in recognition of its contributions to the musical culture of Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Brass Band earned first place at the 2018 Dublin Festival of Brass and third place in the Second Section at the 2018 NABBA championships. As Cincinnati’s official Brass Band, the CBB performs roughly 15 times during the year through-out the greater-Cincinnati area.