Past Concerts



While Covid-19 forced us to suspend concerts with our full-sized band,  the KPB was able to provide performances utilizing our smaller groups.

Highland Park - Energetic New-Orleans Style Music

Downtown - Strawberry Festival

Courthouse Lawn - First Friday

Highland Park - 16-piece band—circus music, pop tunes, marches and classics

 Highland Park - featuring KPB musicians in assorted small groups

Kokomo Park Brass, KPB Clarinet Trio, KPB Percussion Ensemble, Directors Brass Quintet

Highland Park - Big Band, Broadway & Barbershop

Curbside Concerts - Kokomo Farmers Market, Civic Center Tower, Terrace Tower

 In accordance with state Covid-19 guidelines, an event plan was submitted to and approved by the Howard County Board of Health.    This included encouraging face coverings and maintaining appropriate social distancing.  Benches were spaced 6 feet apart and lawn chairs were allowed outside the “benched” area with signage regarding distancing.  Hand sanitizer and masks were made available.


2020 Winter Concert:  Leaping thru February Havens Auditorium, IU-Kokomo; Sunday, February 16, 2PM

Randy Greenwell, Guest Conductor;  IU-K Cougar Choir;  College Student Solo Winner Zachary Brown-"Golden Age of Xylophone; John Huntoon - Trombone Soloist; Cherresa Lawson - Vocalist

2019 Summer Concert Series

2018 SUMMER CONCERT SERIES (Click on concert date for additional information)

2018 Winter Concert

2017 Winter Concert

2017 Summer Season 

February 21, 2016 - Winter Concert: February Celebrations - "A Tribute to U.S. Presidents &  Black History" featuring Dr. Robert Lee (narrator), "Sachmo" trumpeter Bruce Knepper, Rachel Jordan, clarinetist and winner of the 2016 KPB College Solo Competition.

2016 Summer Concert Series

 February. 22, 2015 - Winter Concert - "Songs in the Key of Blue"

Jay Gephart, Conductor and Artistic Director

Clara Loisch, flute (College Solo Competition Winner)

Sally Duke, vocalist

Barbara Hobbs, Piano on "Rhapsody in Blue"

2PM, Kokomo High School Auditorium

2015 Summer Concert Series

February. 16, 2014 - Winter Concert - Winter Games

William Browne, Conductor

Cecily Terhune, Alto Saxophone (College Solo Competition Winner)

2014 Summer Concert Series